Elderberry – Basic Meeting ScriptElderberry is a basic meeting script, with audio, video, and screen sharing. It is based on mediasoup and it uses getUserMedia underneath.
If you want multiple meeting rooms, you should consider buying Argan instead.
Live PreviewSince Elderberry is a single meeting script, the live preview is just one common meeting room. There might be people you do not know in the meeting. Be careful when turning on your camera or microphone. The underlying system is the same as in Argan (Elderberry is basically a reduced version of Argan). If you want to live preview with full privacy, feel free to use the Argan live preview. UI and functionality is the same, but you will have privacy there.
RequirementsElderberry requires a private server or cloud instance with (at least) 2GB of RAM.
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FeaturesElderberry is a small, but quite powerful script. Here is a list of its capabilities:
- Material UI v5 (MUI) user interface.
- “Join the meeting” form with inputs and settings.
- Grid meeting layout (UI Matrix).
- Pinned meeting layout with side grid (UI Pinned).
- Video cover / contain button.
- Screen sharing capability.
- Meeting drawer with show / hide controls for each peer.
- Mobile Safari support for iOS (both iPhone and iPad).
- Mobile Chrome support for Android.
- Gravatar profile pictures.
Framework and LibrariesElderberry is a React / Redux app, with a Node.js backend. It also relies heavily on Socket.IO and mediasoup WebRTC. Mediasoup is more stable than standard WebRTC and does not require a STUN / TURN server.
1.0.2 - January 20th, 2022 - dependencies upgrade 1.0.1 - December 20th, 2022 - enhanced documentation - minor bug fixing 1.0.0 - December 12th, 2022 - first version