Ampache web interface
Ampache web interface to make browsing, and playing your music a simple task
NOTE: This is still a work-in-progress!!
This is meant to be installed as a command-line utility
npm install -g webamp
Create the necessary config file by running
~$ webamp --init
This will create a json file at
~/.webamp/config.json that will be used
to configure the local webserver settings, as well as store the ampache credentials.
~$ webamp Server running at http://localhost:8076/ Successfully Authenticated! Populating cache Artists cache loaded Albums cache loaded Songs cache loaded [Sat Aug 11 2012 00:15:52 GMT-0700 (PDT)] [GET] request received from 127.0.0.1 for /api/artists/7/new
webamp --init you can view the configuration file at
Most of the options are self explanatory
ampache.debug: (Optional) Enable debug messages for Ampache module
ampache.ping: (Optional) The time in milliseconds to between sending
pingrequests to Ampache (default: 10 minutes)
The design goal is that a request to
/ will return a nice looking web page, with all your music in
a nice, easy to navigate format. All interactions on that page will use Ajax to hit the server
/api/... to pull JSON with relevant information.
Return an array of all of the artists/albums/songs in the cache (which is populated when the program starts)
Return an object for the relevant song/album/artist by id in the cache
Same as above, but force the info to come from Ampache and not the cache