This project adds Spotify browse and playback capabilities to Jamcast, a DLNA media server for Windows. The code published here serves as a practical and fully-functional example of how building powerful extensions for Jamcast is made possible using the new Jamcast API. For more information, please visit http://getjamcast.com/api
The Spotify plugin demonstrates implementing API-powered custom media server handlers for both audio streams and album art. A dedicated message pump thread is constructed when the plugin is initialized, an interesting architecture made necessary by the libspotify API threading model.
Here's a demonstration of the plugin in use on a Sony Playstation 3:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3Vm8pzihzwProject / API Support
For more information, technical support, and other examples using the Jamcast API, please visit http://getjamcast.com/api
- Jamcast.Extensibility.dll: this library is installed with Jamcast Server.
The project output DLL, the plugin manifest (plugin.xml, included in project), and the 2 project runtime dependencies (see below) must be packaged into a JPL file in preparation for deployment and installation. Package should contain 4 files:
Creating the JPL is simple -- simply ZIP all of the aforementioned files to "Jamcast.Plugins.Spotify.ZIP", then rename with .JPL extension.
Please visit http://getjamcast.com/api
for more information about plugin manifest files and packaging Jamcast plugins.Runtime Dependencies
All of the external libraries mentioned here should be packaged and deployed with the plugin assembly: