Most of the samples use adapter.js, a shim to insulate apps from spec changes and prefix differences.
https://webrtc.org/getting-started/testing lists command line flags useful for development and testing with Chrome.
Patches and issues welcome! See CONTRIBUTING.md for instructions.
Warning: It is highly recommended to use headphones when testing these samples, as it will otherwise risk loud audio feedback on your system.
Access media devices
Query media devices
Stream from canvas or video elements
Controlling peer connectivity
Send arbitrary data over peer connections
Full featured WebRTC application
API for processing media