LiveKit Documentation

LiveKit is an open source WebRTC project that gives you everything needed to build scalable and real-time audio, video, and data experiences in your applications.

From the blog

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Cloud 100 Rising Star

LiveKit is honored to be named a Cloud 100 Rising Star by Forbes in partnership with BVP and Salesforce Ventures.

August 9, 2022

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LiveKit Community Day

From the very first lines of code LiveKit's progress has been accelerated by the WebRTC developer ecosystem and the open source community.

May 20, 2022

Latest releases

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LiveKit v1.2.3 released

September 27, 2022

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LiveKit v1.2.1 released

September 13, 2022

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Guides to get you started

How it works

LiveKit is a horizontally-scalable WebRTC SFU with full-featured SDKs and support across all major browsers and mobile platforms.

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Getting started

Get running with a LiveKit installation in two minutes and test it yourself with our Playground.

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Core Concepts

LiveKit is a flexible system, built around three core constructs: a Room, Participants, and Tracks. With just these, you can build a myriad of realtime experiences.

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Access tokens

LiveKit clients must pass an access token with the request which encodes the identity of a participant, name of the room, capabilities and permissions.

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Deploying to Kubernetes

LiveKit streamlines deployment to Kubernetes with support for GKE, Amazon EKS, Digital Ocean DOKS, and your own Kubernetes installations.

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Working with Rooms

Rooms are the main construct in LiveKit. When connected, you're provided a room object, objects for local and remote participants, and room events.

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