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How to develop own screen sharing functionality?

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by btarshad, Oct 1, 2018.

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  1. btarshad

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    First of all, I am sorry about this question if it is wrong but I really answer of this question as my client is demanding.

    I want a screen sharing functionality in my website just like teamviewer. I am not talking about any programming languages on which it can be made but I am curios to know about technology teamviewer is using.

    Once I know what technology teamviewer is using, I can make it in any programming language. I don't want to to use any third party SDK.
     
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    I am sorry but this is not the sort of thing that you ask on a public forum. Screen sharing software and remote access is an extremely complicated thing to set up & trying to create a new type of access software will be expensive and very difficult.


    If your client wants his own remote access tool then he needs to be prepared to pay for it. He needs to contact a software developer who specialises in that sort of thing. Getting a safe, secure, working Remote Access tool is obviously beyond your capabilities. Turn down this job before you really get into major problems.
     
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