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Top 3 Rust spotify-api Projects
Spotify for the terminal written in Rust 🚀Project mention: Picnic-TUI - Where Go and Groceries Create a Command-Line Feast | dev.to | 2023-09-12
It was at this point I was getting a lot of joy out of writing command line applications. I had also just learnt of the existence of spotify-tui and wanted to explore more I could build such applications. So building interfaces for APIs felt like a good way to try this out.
A Spotify player in the terminal with full feature parityProject mention: Spotify_player on Steamdeck with distrobox | /r/SteamDeck | 2023-07-05
The Spotify on the Discover Store doesn't allow you to run in the terminal and using the terminal will give it a nice performance boost without the GUI overhead, which is what is being achieved using spotify-payer. From checking the project, it looks pretty good for something minimal: https://github.com/aome510/spotify-player
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spoti-dl: download songs, albums and playlists using Spotify linksProject mention: I've written Rust-bindings for my Python CLI App! | /r/Python | 2023-10-16
The app is spoti-dl: https://github.com/dhruv-ahuja/spoti-dl. This was the project that got me my first job, as a self-taught dev, and now I've overhauled it to be much better than it was initially. I wrote rust bindings for all the core part of the app, and have added parallel downloads plus several other improvements. These changes enable roughly 4.5x improvement for me, which can be more/less depending on your internet speed mostly.
Rust spotify-api related posts
Spotify's Desktop Experience Gets a Brand-New Look With Redesigned 'Your Library'and 'Now Playing' Views
1 project | /r/spotify | 21 Jun 2023
I used an esp8266 to create a device to control Spotify
3 projects | /r/arduino | 17 Jun 2023
People who use the terminal all the time. What are you up to?
2 projects | /r/learnpython | 16 Jun 2023
TUI for cyberdecks?
3 projects | /r/cyberDeck | 6 Apr 2023
Spot (Native Spotify client for GNOME) seems unmaintained.
4 projects | /r/gnome | 10 Feb 2023
Is it possible to send messages to other Kali Linux systems via the terminal?
6 projects | /r/hacking | 19 Jan 2023
Trying to make e ink device with Linux. Kind of lost
4 projects | /r/diyelectronics | 6 Jan 2023
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