Introducing v1 of Dana. Dana took it's name from a film with many streams in it; Ghostbusters. You should know that Dana is the Gatekeeper so it only feels right to name the project Dana - The Gatekeeper of Streams, or Dana - TSG for short.
Dana supports screen sharing, device selection, previewing the chosen device before joining a room and of course accessing Asterisk's SFU via simulcast via Unified Plan only (Dana has no support for Plan B as both Firefox & Chrome use Unified now). It will soon support basic chat functionality as well as live transcription by using Asterisk's new External Media API. Internally Dana utilises JsSIP as the library that helps with the signaling between the browser and Asterisk. Dana also uses the Material-UI framework to enable a pretty nice looking app with almost no styling on my behalf.
Lastly, why did I build something new and not just enhance Cyber Mega Phone 2K? It's a good question and I did think about asking the Asterisk dev team if I could do just that but I do believe Cyber Mega Phone has it's place. React isn't the only way to go in Web Development, far from it; and so I believe Cyber Mega Phone should remain as that bare bones app - even though it looks horrendous.
You can go use it today. Expect bugs, expect certain things to not have any error checking around it. Find a bug - make sure it's not already reported and make an issue on the github repo :) Even better, fork the repo and then make a PR back with a fix.
You can use Dana with your own Asterisk at https://dana.nimbleape.xyz/
Dana also supports Dark/Light mode CSS theme changes - which is pretty damn nice.
More features/bug fixes will come in the coming weeks around the consulting work that pays the bills :) Enjoy!