Facebook has finally decided to update the video calling library with even better features. In the latest news, the popular company declared that the old library called WebRTC will be replaced with Rsys, which is the improved version of WebRTC with better processing and even better memory. With the help of this library, the company will not only give a boost to the application features but will also make it available for devices that are not common.
WebRTC is an open-source site from where the developers pick the APIs that suit their project and integrate them into their codes. It is common practice for developers to use open-source libraries to fulfill their coding desires. Facebook has already made extensive progress with the video calling features over popular platforms like Android and iPhone in recent years. This led the company to find a library that could support a variety of different platforms for real-time communication with less overhead and better results. For this purpose, the developers started looking into the WebRTC open-source library and instantly realized that it needed tons of modifications to be able to carry out the said purpose. It was not until a few days ago that the company finally came up with a renewed version of the old library called "Rsys" that could finally help the company to reach its goal. To help reach this point, the developers got rid of redundancy in the code and furnished it so it could easily support other devices.
With the help of this library, Facebook will be able to launch its video calling features in small scale applications on various devices. The developers also believe that this library will prove to be an incredibly valuable asset for the company as its functions and processor will give better results to the user as well as the company.