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WebUI

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Amarok 2.0 Script

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1384
Submitted:  Oct 28 2009
Updated:  Jul 19 2013

Description:

This project isn't being maintained anymore. However, there is a fork which is under active development: http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Amarok+Apollo+WebUI?content=159671

Web interface for Amarok (2.x)

The current version is optimized for iPhone and at an early stage. Any sort of feedback/suggestion is appreciated!

After starting the script just open http://[ip-of-your-host-running-amarok]:8080/ in your iPhone Safari browser. If port 8080 is already in use change "PORT" in "$HOME/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/amarok-webui/conf.js"). The default credentials are login=foo pw=bar67#. They can be changed in conf.js, too.

I tested the script with Amarok 2.2 on Debian unstable.

My current TODO list:
* Collection browsing.
* Manipulation of playlist [clear button is missing]
* Basic authentication (RFC2617) [digest auth?]
* Play/pause/stop/reload/vol up/down button images
* Make controls accessible from every view (modal dlg)
* Modify navigation in collection browsing for large collections (search dlg?)
* "Push" notifications (long polling?)
* Configuration UI




Changelog:

0.36 2010-1-11
    * Added config option to restrict access to a subnet.
* Fixed order of tracks when adding/setting an album to/as a playlist.

0.35 2009-11-9
    * Moved controls from the current-track-view to a modal dlg
which is accessible from _every_ view.
* Icon for the springboard/home screen on the iPhone.
* Smaller cover image in current-track-view.
* Minor bugfixes.

0.3 2009-11-5
    * Improved collection browsing:
Track list from an album
All tracks from an artist
* Playlist manipulation (accessible by collection browser)
Add album/all tracks from an artist to current playlist
Replace current playlist by album/all tracks from an artist
* New control buttons (play, pause, stop, reload, vol up/down)
* Code refactoring

0.2 2009-10-31
    * Added basic HTTP authentication
Since this doesn't really offer security on untrusted connections
digest authentication will probably be implemented soon.
The credentials currently are: login=foo passwd=bar67#
They can be changed in $HOME/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/amarok-webui/conf.js
* Added collection browsing
Currently only the artists and their albums can be browsed.
Adding/replacing albums or songs from the collection to/in the
playlist will be added soon.
* Fixed error in debug message
* Code refactoring

0.1 2009-10-28
    * Initial Release




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 Love it

 
 by Snyke on: Jan 23 2010
 
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I love it, just the thing I always wanted to do, but you nailed it :-)


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 Great app!

 
 by kubista on: Feb 5 2010
 
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I really like to be able to zap through my music using my laptop. Now I can!
Since my phone doesn't have wifi connectivity, I have to access the amarok WebUI through the WAN-ip, but this doesn't seem to work. Is it restricted by default? And can I configure it to be open from the outside?


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 support for Android phones?

 
 by aubreybourke on: Feb 11 2010
 
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Hi,

I have an android touch screen phone. I can browse the collection, browse the playlist & view the current track. The player controls are working aswell. However I can't add files to my playlist.
Is there anything I can do to get the ui to add tracks?

BTW, well done with the work so far, "Web UI" is a great app!

Thanks
AubreyBourke.


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 Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jwchile on: Feb 12 2010
 
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Hi Aubrey,

I'm glad you like it. Currently I don't have an Android phone for testing; this will probably change in 2-3 months. I'll look into it as soon as possible.

Johannes


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 Re: Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jefe on: Apr 14 2010
 
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I just got an Android (Motorola Cliq) last night and this script is one of the first things I've done :)

The [Back] button uses the Play icon, and the Pause icon doesn't seem to load. It also seems a bit sluggish but that may be my work wifi, I'll need to play with this more.

However, thank you very much and great job!


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 Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jefe on: Apr 14 2010
 
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Also, the [Append Album as Playlist] and [Set Album as Playlist] buttons don't seem to work, on the Android browser nor in my Iceweasel 3.5.x browsers.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jefe on: Apr 14 2010
 
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These two buttons do look like buttons on the Android browser but not in Iceweasel; using Rekonq (WebKit) browser they do look like buttons there also but, like everywhere I've tried, the buttons still don't function.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jefe on: Aug 24 2010
 
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Any update coming to the add-on to help Android users? I check back often but I've not seen any changes.


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 Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by jefe on: Oct 19 2010
 
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Still hoping for an update for Android phones and other web browsers!



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones

 
 by casanunda on: Dec 22 2010
 
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I would also love to see a version that makes a website not so "safari-specific".

I tried with several different browsers- all of them have their own problems making it not really usable:
- modest (nokia n900's built-in maemo browser) -- shows only half of the content. some of the steering elements work, some don't.
- firefox mobile -- the same as above (but a little different ;-) )
- firefox desktop (to try it out) - same as above
- opera mobile -- works better than the other ones, but browsing the collection and than selecting a song to play does not work.



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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones?

 
 by nailuj on: Jan 3 2011
 
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The buttons give no feedback whatsoever when they are pushed, so make sure they really don't work. It's confusing, but they looks like nothing happened when you click them, the albums are still added to the playlist though.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: support for Android phones

 
 by JanMalte on: Feb 8 2011
 
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I plugged the speakers in my sleeping room onto the Hifi which is connected to my computer where amarok is running. This great script is just amazing and perfect. I can use my N900 while resting in my bed to control amarok. Later a WeTab will follow which is perfect for actions like this.
But one negative point is the not working add to playlist function.
It seems like the wrong filepath or so is used. If you click set as playlist the playlist gets empty, so an actin is triggered, but some informations seems to be missing.
Please fix this. Nevertheless this is amazing. Thank you so much for this script.



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 Starting script?

 
 by flammenwurfer on: Apr 12 2010
 
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I feel like a total idiot, but how do I start this script? What command do I execute?

Thanks


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 Re: Starting script?

 
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Install the script in Amarok 2.x's Script Manager; then in the Script Manager turn the script on with a checkmark.

Restart Amarok and it should be running!

Then in a browser visit http://127.0.0.1:8080 and log in with the credentials supplied in the app's description, and/or edit the file at $HOME/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/amarok-webui/conf.js


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 Re: Re: Starting script?

 
 by flammenwurfer on: Apr 14 2010
 
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Excellent! thank you very much.


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 Re: Re: Starting script?

 
 by cwall on: Jun 9 2010
 
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Is there a way to disable authentication?


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 also love it !

 
 by andiwauss on: Jul 26 2010
 
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Great stuff, thank you so much, I was so happy to have found this and that it works so easily!

Still interested in continuing on this / collecting ideas?

To make it perfect (for me), these'd be my thoughts:

- allow single songs to be played right way and/or added to the playlist (currently need to add album and navigate to right song)

- "marry" view "controls" with "Current track" or show basic info of current track in view "controls" (currently need to navigate back and forth to understand what's played / where the next "interesting" song is

- in playlist view, highlight the song which is currently played

Anyway, just want you to know you made a happy day here...I can't describe how powerful I felt sitting on the balcony controlling amarok ! :-)


Thanks and regards
Andreas


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 webOS

 
 by Stooof on: Feb 11 2011
 
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FYI it works like a charm on webOS (palm pre, first gen.), thanks a lot for this one!


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