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dj-lazy

0.0.3 • Public • Published

DJ Lazy


DJ Lazy is a command-line tool to remove the burden of staying up to date with the latest music.

Allmusic.com puts out a fresh list of new releases once a week. Once that list is up on their website you can run dj-lazy in your command line to add all available tracks on Spotify to a new Spotify playlist.

Installation


npm install -g dj-lazy

Prerequisites


To use DJ Lazy you first need a clientId and clientSecret token so DJ Lazy can use the Spotify Web API.

  1. Go to Spotify's Developer Portal, login, and go to My Apps
  2. Follow the steps to create a new app. In the Redirect URIs field add "http://localhost:8085/spotify-auth" and click Save (this allows DJ lazy to retrieve your authentication token)
  3. Store your clientId and clientSecret as ENV variables as:
DJ_LAZY_CLIENT_ID=<your_client_id>
DJ_LAZY_CLIENT_SECRET=<your_client_secret>

Usage


dj-lazy

Note: DJ Lazy requires an authentication token from Spotify on every run to make changes to your account. Therefore DJ Lazy will open a browser window to authenticate you. If you are already authenticated the window will open and subsequently close.

Options


-m, --max : Max number of albums to add (default: none)
-s, --status : Playlist status, either public or private (default: private)

TODO


  • Get music from Allmusic's genre pages
  • Add more music sources
  • Don't get new auth token every time
  • Prevent duplicate playlists
  • Progress bar instead of logging

License


MIT

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Install

npm i dj-lazy

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0.0.3

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