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WebRTC Testing: State of the Art

Boni García; Micael Gallego; Francisco Gortázar; Eduardo Jiménez

WebRTC is the umbrella term for a number of emerging technologies that extends the web browsing model
to exchange real-time media (Voice over IP, VoIP) with other browsers. The mechanisms to provide quality
assurance for WebRTC are key to release this kind of applications to production environments.
Nevertheless, testing WebRTC based application, consistently automated fashion is a challenging problem.
The aim of this piece of research is to provide a comprehensive summary of the current trends in the domain
of WebRTC testing. For the sake of completeness, we have carried out this survey by aggregating the results
from three different sources of information: i) Scientific and academia research papers; ii) WebRTC testing
tools (both commercial and open source); iii) "Grey literature”, that is, materials produced by organizations
outside of the traditional commercial or academic publishing and distribution channels.

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