Joins a meeting.
Takes the same
properties object that the factory methods take. The properties argument is optional, but the meeting
url must be set here if not set in a factory method.
Returns a Promise, which resolves when the
join() completes. The promise resolves with a
participants object that only includes information about the
local participant who joined. This is the same
participants object that is passed to the
You will often want to do some call setup or UI updating as soon as a meeting is joined. You can do that when the
join() promise resolves, or by defining a
"joined-meeting" event listener. The two approaches are pretty much equivalent.