Query the iHeart Radio API to search for internet radio stations. Get their metadata including name and logos, and resolve high-quality stream URLs to play.
$ npm install --save iheart
// search for a station, pick the first matchconst matches = await iheartconst station = matchesstations0// finally you can get the source stream URL which can// be requested over HTTP and fed into an audio decoder,// or whatever your application does with it…const url = await iheartconsole//
streamURL have an option to specify CORS proxy
so that these APIs work in the web browser
// use specific proxyconst matches2 = await iheart// use default proxy// (which is if inside a browser or no proxy if not)const matches3 = await iheart// do not use proxy (good for server side code)const url2 = await iheart// another way to disable proxyconst url3 = await iheart
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