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12th September 2016, 09:25 AM |#371  
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Hi jekatt,

Thank you for an awesome product! I purchased the full version straight away as it is brilliant!

I have a question for you. Is there any intention to provide some kind of API to the program?

I'll explain - I use an old android phone as the central "control" station, which then streams to itself (speakers plugged in) and a PC in the other room via the Java app, oh and an Android TV box in another room.
It would be great if I could remotely manage the "control" phone, e.g. adjust volumes, turn on/off speakers and maybe even browse playlists/internet radio, etc.

Anyway, thanks again for a great app and sorry if you've been asked this before.

Cheers!
 
 
15th September 2016, 03:43 PM |#372  
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Originally Posted by wheeliemonster

Hi jekatt,

Thank you for an awesome product! I purchased the full version straight away as it is brilliant!

I have a question for you. Is there any intention to provide some kind of API to the program?

I'll explain - I use an old android phone as the central "control" station, which then streams to itself (speakers plugged in) and a PC in the other room via the Java app, oh and an Android TV box in another room.
It would be great if I could remotely manage the "control" phone, e.g. adjust volumes, turn on/off speakers and maybe even browse playlists/internet radio, etc.

Anyway, thanks again for a great app and sorry if you've been asked this before.

Cheers!

Hi.
I've already started designing a "REST" api to remotecontrol the player.
With such an api it will be possible to send http requests to control the main settings of the player.

This api will not be available in the next release, but its part of my roadmap.
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10th October 2016, 12:21 PM |#373  
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Excellent feature. Thank you.
10th November 2016, 01:01 PM |#374  
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Amazing app
Hello, very nice app.

I'm currently using free version, and wondering did that version has any difference from paid one except number of speaker connected at same time, time limits and ads?
26th December 2016, 04:39 PM |#375  
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I just stumbled upon this app while doing some research into a planned diy project.

I want to convert two passive speakers into wireless active ones and then be able to stream music to them from Android Devices as well as Linux/Windows Machines.

Now the Android Part is straightforward with your app. Just integrate a raspberry pi or old android phone into both speakers and run the app or java receiver on them, start the app on the streaming Phone and stream away.

Now to the Linux/Windows Part:
Is there any way to directly stream from a Linux/Windows machine to an android phone or raspberry? The Java Application seems to be a receiver only, and the only way i found on your website is running a separate HTTP/DLNA Stream on the Windows/Linux Machine and start playback of this stream on an Android Device. If at all possible i would like to be able to cut the Android Device completely out of the mix if desired.
Would running your app via an Android Emulator be possible?
12th May 2017, 04:19 PM |#376  
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i've found this app very nice and a good project! only issue i've encountered is the firewall setup but was quickly solved once i've found the port used from the jar.
i've used this comand to see all port used and service name related:
sudo netstat -lptu
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that's it.. now i can connect without any problem.

thanks again nice project
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