While WebGL is basically supported by almost all devices, office machines and notebooks without graphics card or optimus will experience a very bad performance or crash frequently, mostly depending on the CPU then.
The case i want to stream the app, is for public WebGL based apps which are used for an average time of 5-15 minutes only rendering visualizations like configurators. In case the device doesn’t support WebGL or will perform very bad. I already implemented an optimizer which will try to adapt resolution and other settings in order to raise the framerate, but older notebooks can already struggle with regular websites.
So in case the device isn’t suited for WebGL, i would embed a app stream session as fallback. Does anyone know an already available service offering to stream apps? Amazon AppStream is offering such a service, but i’m not sure if it’s possible to provide it in a public manner like browserling.com, instead of user accounts.
Basically the demandings aren’t high and it’s only intended as fallback solution.