Online Music Player
The Online Music Player is a user-friendly web application which uses the YouTube API and was styled with Materialize framework. The app’s advantage lies in its convenience. If available, song lyrics are displayed, as are the comments related to the song's meaning as well as the cover image of the album. It delivers ad-free content which can further be organised into playlists. I found inspiration for song recommendation in the mini template on the contest page.
You can switch between found search results by clicking on next/previous buttons. To reload the currently displayed song, you can just click on the song’s name. By clicking on artist’s name, you are redirected to that artist’s Wikipedia page. To go through songs in playlist you should first start the playlist in the playlist menu. Playlist starts from currently selected song in it, if you were not listening to something from playlist, then it starts from top. You should very quickly figure out all other functionalities, if not I am happy to answer any questions.
This was not a group project.
Updates: Added history of played songs (top left corner). More responsive and mobile-friendly design. Pre-setting the volume of a specific song in playlist. Option of repeating a specific song once, while still in playlist (playlist keeps going after one repetition). Song search in playlist, such that songs start playing while still typing. Added an interactive carousel for searched songs' album covers. Option of downloading playlists as .json files and importing them back again (bottom right corner) - no more tiring song searching every time the app is restarted, just load them in.
This is cool. It looks like it's creating an iFrame with the YouTube video, and then hiding it? I suppose you could use to listen to anything without ads :P
That's actually a great web application! I'm working on a website as well, but I decided to get more into digital marketing, and since I chose magento, it's not that hard for me to buy extensions like cookie consent or custom grid from special stores and just install them on my website, and I'm glad it's that convenient.
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