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Amarok Apollo WebUI

   1.6  

Amarok 2.0 Script

Score 66%
Amarok Apollo WebUI
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Homepage:  Link
Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  308
Submitted:  Jul 9 2013
Updated:  Sep 3 2013

Description:

Remote control application for Amarok.

Web and Android interface to rediscover your music with Amarok!

Amarok Apollo WebUI is a script for Amarok allowing you to remote-control Amarok using a modern web interface on a mobile device: Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows phone, etc.

The script also provides a JSON API, to help developers build similar native apps for mobile devices: the Android app is coming soon…

This is an updated version of the popular WebUI-for-Amarok by Johannes Wolter.

Open-source project released under the GPLv3 license.




Changelog:

Version 1.6
* Guest mode: fix layout issues with error message.
* Updated API, adding methods required by the upcoming Android app.

Version 1.5
* Guest mode: added a countdown to allow adding tracks every 30 seconds. Interval duration is defined in the Amarok configuration UI.
* JavaScript bug fix for Playlist screen.

Version 1.4
* DJ/Guest modes: when enabled, DJ has the usual interface while Guest has read-only access except for adding individual tracks to the playlist.
* Remove tracks from playlist
* Swipe gestures for next/prev track and to switch tabs in Collection index.
* Updated version of jQuery and jQuery Mobile.

Version 1.3
* Configuration: support for Internationalization I18N, starting with 8 languages: Brazilian Portuguese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
* Fixed Album Cover display for some types of ID3v2 tags.

Version 1.2
* Allow Collection browsing by Genre
* Use ID3v2 tags to display album cover in collection
* Replace PNG by JPEG to reduce filesize
* Fix JavaScript bug in Playlist screen (sticky Loading progressbar)

Version 1.1
* Fixed Collection display issues, related to case sensitive DB queries
* Fixed Lyrics display, related to DB structure since Amarok version 2.5.0.
* Fixed delay issue when adding/playing Track directly from Collection

Version 1.0
* Initial release of Amarok Apollo WebUI, a fork of WebUI




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 Awesome remote!

 
 by garylankford on: Sep 11 2013
 
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After trying Amarok2 Remote (no joy) and coversal (no happiness), I can only say Wow! I had not tried WebUI in the past, don't know what you had to start with, but the effort you have put forth is wonderful! Thanks!

Since future app will obviously be browser based, was wondering if you could just use a small browser like naked browser (624k) as a base. It actually works nicely, now, dedicated to WebUI it would be even better.

Since WebUI seems to be used generically, as a name for remote controllers, maybe a name change is appropriate? Amarok2 Remote seems ideal, but is already a script and app... Amarok2 Android is also used... Maybe Amarok2 Jukebox or Amarok2 Jukebox for Android? Amarok2 Control? Amarok2 Playing? IDK... Amarok Roks?

The Display of the current track is pretty nice, would be nice if it would auto update on track change... Would be nice if title was larger or bold. Too much white space in track info, decrease line spacing to allow more room for Album art.

These are small things... what you have done is already appreciated!


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 Small browser

 
 by garylankford on: Sep 11 2013
 
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Just found Easy Browser on the market (196k). Don't know much about coding, whether code is open source...


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 Firewall port needs to be open

 
 by garylankford on: Sep 11 2013
 
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If WebUI doesn't work remotely, you probably need to open a port in your firewall.

In openSUSE, open yast/Firewall. try disabling firewall then try WebUI. If it works open Allowed Services, then Advanced at the lower right, add the WebUI set port to the TCP Ports line, OK, Next and restart Firewall.


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 Rename...

 
 by garylankford on: Sep 11 2013
 
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Lol, Duh... wish i could edit...

Quote:
Since WebUI seems to be used generically, as a name for remote controllers, maybe a name change is appropriate? Amarok2 Remote seems ideal, but is already a script and app... Amarok2 Android is also used... Maybe Amarok2 Jukebox or Amarok2 Jukebox for Android? Amarok2 Control? Amarok2 Playing? IDK... Amarok Roks?

Amarok Apollo WebUI is just fine. Not sure where my head was at...


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 Re: Rename...

 
 by mudar on: Sep 12 2013
 
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Thanks Gary for your comments!

I'll add the Firewall comment to the installation instructions. High ports are generally allowed, but it could be an issue for some users.

When talking about "Naked browser" and "Easy Browser", I guess you're talking about web browser apps for Android? My android app will be a fork of CyanogenMod's Apollo music app (by Andrew Neal). It will be a native Android app with the beautiful UI of Apollo! Quite different of the current web interface.

Thanks,
mudar


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 Apollo

 
 by garylankford on: Sep 12 2013
 
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Wow! I guess i just wasn't expecting enough! And, Apollo was totally unknown to me... Was, to me, just a name you were using

I've been happily using a music player named Meridian for the past few years, did not know Apollo, at all, but after not finding Apollo in the Play Store, I did find it on xda-developers, downloaded and installed.

I tell you, I'm an old guy... some of these apps have more features than I can wrap my mind around, so there are some features I haven't explored or found on first look, but if WebUI will fork from Apollo, Apollo is where I want to be. I assume Amarok Apollo WebUI will be Apollo full-featured with WebUI functions added? Does this mean that I will be able, effectively, to stream Amarok through/to Amarok Apollo WebUI on my phone?

I guess I could just wait to see what you have in store for us, but I'm pretty exited about the whole deal! One of the things I have been looking for is a music player that uses linux nfs file sharing to allow sharing of my computer music to my phone, when at home. Idea would be wifi between computer and phone, then bluetooth from phone to headset which would extend range compared to computer directly to bluetooth headset. I gave up on that last, because bluetooth just can't handle the range and cuts out a lot, and use 900mHz wireless instead, but I do like the little bluetooth headsets when they have a good connection, relatively close to phone.

Would be nice if my phone could hold my whole flac file collection, but even with compression to mp3, it can't come close...

Will what you are working on essentially give me the above, along with the added control of Amarok by WebUI?


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