Node.js implementation of the Spotify Web protocol
This module implements the "Spotify Web" WebSocket protocol that is used on Spotify's Web UI.
This module is heavily inspired by the original open-source Python implementation: Hexxeh/spotify-websocket-api.
$ npm install spotify-web
Here's an example of logging in to the Spotify server and creating a session. Then requesting the metadata for a given track URI, and playing the track audio file through the speakers:
var lame = require'lame';var Speaker = require'speaker';var Spotify = require'spotify-web';var uri = processargv2 || 'spotify:track:6tdp8sdXrXlPV6AZZN2PE8';// Spotify credentials...var username = processenvUSERNAME;var password = processenvPASSWORD;Spotifyloginusername passwordif err throw err;// first get a "Track" instance from the track URIspotifygeturiif err throw err;console.log'Playing: %s - %s' trackartist0name trackname;// play() returns a readable stream of MP3 audio datatrackplaypipepipeon'finish'spotifydisconnect;;;;
example directory for some more example code.
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Copyright (c) 2013-2014 Nathan Rajlich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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