Widgets Library

Here you will find a list of available widgets on the platform. They are designed to enhance user interaction and provide a way to display data in a more accessible and user-friendly manner. Each widget is used to display important information, and can even also provide some visual decoration.

  • CALL QUALITY widget

    The Call Quality Widget tests for the actual session quality when connecting a WebRTC session to your infrastructure. The information included in the results of the widget are kept simple and high level, yet useful. Custom...

  • THROUGHPUT widget

    The Throughput Widget tests for the data channel throughput. This can be used as a gross estimate to the number of concurrent voice sessions potentially available. This test gives a general indication to the number of sessions that ...

  • VIDEO BANDWIDTH widget

    The Video Bandwidth Widget tests the video throughput bandwidth estimation of WebRTC. This can be used to understand how much UDP traffic WebRTC believes it can use for a video session. This test gives a general indication...

  • VIDEO P2P widget

    The Video P2P Widget tests the video connection and quality in a peer-to-peer setup where the user’s browser is connected using a WebRTC peer connection to a remote peer hosted on one of our testingRTC machines. This can be u...

  • VIDEO QUALITY widget

    The Video Quality Widget tests connect an actual video call to your infrastructure. This means you need to setup and allocate a media server for this test. This test checks a live video call to your media server infrastructure, lo...

  • TURN CONNECTIVITY widget

    The TURN Connectivity Widget tests the link connectivity and response time connecting to the TURN servers in your deployment. It does so over UDP, TCP and TLS. The results shown indicate the roundtrip time for messages to the TURN...

  • LOCATION widget

    The Location Widget looks for the geolocation of the user. It does that by making use of the public IP address the browser is using. The information shared might not be accurate at all times since it relies on IP data sets ...

  • BANDWIDTH SPEED widget

    The Bandwidth Speed Widget runs an HTTPS speed test from the user’s device to your data center location. This test gives a general indication of the link quality, hinting to the availability of a fiber connection, ADSL or o...

  • DNS LOOKUP widget

    The DNS Lookup Widget tests the reachability and connectivity to a list of HTTPS or WSS addresses. This test checks that a set of URLs, both HTTPS and secure websockets can be reached and connected to from the browser. This...

  • DEVICE STATE widget

    The Device State Widget collects useful device information that can be found in the logs and puts it front and center on the results page. The information provided in the example above focuses on the audio device – the ability ...

  • PING widget

    The Ping Widget is in charge of checking HTTP ping round trip time to various locations and finding out the closest viable data center. This test gives a general indication of the distance between the user’s location and the ...

  • Silent Tests

    qualityRTC can conduct silent tests, collecting the information and making it available to you. Some of these tests are always running while others are optional and include their own configuration and customization. Browser Versi...