Exploring the Sound - Getting Started With the Spotify API

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  • GitHub repo spotify-web-api-starter

    An example on how to talk to the Spotify API in React via the implicit grant flow.

    The whole demo is open source. Here's the code along with a readme that includes some important notes regarding privacy and what happens with your data. If you don't trust the public demo, that's totally fine. Just grab a copy of the source and run your own Spotify app locally.

  • GitHub repo OrganizeYourMusic

    Organize your saved music on Spotify

    If you've searched Google for "organize spotify" before, you've most likely already come across Spotify's own Paul Lamere with his brilliant, open-source Music Library Organizer. Although not nearly as feature-rich as Paul's Swiss Army Knife, this demo provides a guideline in a state-of-the-art setup with React.js, Redux and Typescript - A stack most web developers are familiar with. With this demo, I hope I can give others a guideline on how to talk to Spotify in a slightly more modern way and offer anyone the possibility to easily download their library data.

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