[Web Coding series]: A tutorial on real-time processing

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I am hiring writers to complete my book titled 'Web Coding'. Your job is to complete a chapter on real-time processing over the web.

The topics covered include:
- Streaming from a microphone
- Streaming from a WebCam
- Streaming from the screen
- Real-time language translation (using Google Translate?)

I expect flawless english. The format should resemble as much as possible the format of the existing chapters. All commands and functions should be explained with examples of code snippets, as what has been done in the existing chapters. Tables and screenshots, where appropriate, should be added.

Knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, SQL, XML, Java, and Flash ActionScript can be assumed. Based on my rough estimation, the tutorial should span about 30 pages, but up to 50 pages is allowed. As you can see, the writing should be highly compact, succinct and concise, with absolutely no nonsense or trivial notes.

The schedule is as follows:
By 20 Nov, show me a demo website where the webcams and microphones at 3 separate locations can be streamed at once. 20% milestone will be released.

By 10 Dec, show me a demo website where the screens at 3 separate locations can be streamed. 20% milestone will be released.

By 20 Dec, show me a demo website where any text entered can be translated between any languages, and to English directly. 20% milestone will be released.

By 31 Dec, show me the tutorial explaining how you achieve the 4 goals. 40% milestone will be released.

For your initial milestone, please reserve only 20% of the bid. If you fail to meet any of the deadlines, I will have the right to cancel the milestone payment and reassign the project to another freelancer.

You should post your partial writing to me periodically to ensure that you are on the right track of writing.

If the book is to get published successfully, your name will be attached to your chapter. After the publication of the book, the writer of this chapter has no right to claim any royalty nor any monies relating to the sale of this book in future.

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