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Web based experiment

Post by BleuLlama » Jun Sun 07, 2015 8:41 pm

Here's a little something from the SSR Skunkworks:

http://subsonicradio.com/SSRJSDEMO

It's incomplete (there are features I'd love to see on it) and more of a "proof of concept" just to show what can be done with the current round of web technologies we've got behind the scenes here at subsonicradio.com...

In short, it'll show you which streams are up with icons. mouse over the icon to see the number of listeners, current song (both at the time that the page was loaded-- it doesn't update that). Click on one to bring up a HTML5 player (should work in all modern web browsers, desktop or mobile), which displays the stream info, and the currently(ish) playing song.

It might stop working while things are done with it. It might not be here in the future. but for now, feel free to try it out and/or use it all the time. ;)

enjoy!

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Re: Web based experiment

Post by lonepalm » Jun Wed 17, 2015 5:33 am

I actually kinda like it. Thanks for doing this. I typically use the Windows Desktop application, but sometimes that acts weird for me, so having this is a fallback (and maybe even will take over as primary) method for connecting is fantastic!
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by theBIGyowski » Jun Mon 29, 2015 12:56 pm

ok this is pretty nifty

I wonder if it will work better than the Android app I'm using now which sadly doesn't display the current track playing like the iOS version and Windows Desktop app.

Thanks again
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by Len90 » Jun Tue 30, 2015 8:21 am

Very cool Bleu. I definitely like those icons a lot. Looks very retro Disney and I am a huge fan of that :D
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by BuDz211 » Jul Sun 19, 2015 11:15 pm

Does Bootstrap normally use inline CSS? Yuck.
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by BleuLlama » Jul Sun 19, 2015 11:26 pm

Bootstrap IS CSS.
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1985: WDW MK, EPCOT, River Country -- Polynesian
2011: DLR, DCA (one day)
2012: WDW Poly (one evening)
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by Gdgtguru » Jul Tue 21, 2015 9:21 pm

I like this a lot! Nice work!

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Re: Web based experiment

Post by BleuLlama » Jul Tue 21, 2015 9:23 pm

Thanks! As I mentioned, this is rough and feature incomplete for a 'final product', as it were.. It started as a proof-of-concept for all of these fancy web things. A version of this may be integrated in to the next version of SR... when that gets rolled out...
1978: WDW MK, River Country -- Fort Wilderness
1985: WDW MK, EPCOT, River Country -- Polynesian
2011: DLR, DCA (one day)
2012: WDW Poly (one evening)
All of that, and part of me is still there.

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Re: Web based experiment

Post by zhoover » Jul Mon 27, 2015 2:16 pm

Looks perfect on my work desktop - great work!
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by horizons1 » Aug Wed 12, 2015 3:38 pm

Really neat BleuLlama. I especially like the little chairs on Soarin'. I had to do a double-take on that one.

Some of these are abstract enough to remind me of Droodles (that's a compliment). Like this classic from my youth:

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Which is entitled "Ship arriving too late to save a drowning witch."
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by Amy » Aug Wed 12, 2015 6:59 pm

horizons1 wrote:Really neat BleuLlama. I especially like the little chairs on Soarin'. I had to do a double-take on that one.

Some of these are abstract enough to remind me of Droodles (that's a compliment). Like this classic from my youth:

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Which is entitled "Ship arriving too late to save a drowning witch."
I thought those were people's feet on the Soarin' one.

Cute droodle horizons1 :D We played with those too, but I never knew they had a name.

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Re: Web based experiment

Post by zhoover » Aug Tue 22, 2017 3:12 pm

First time in the forums for a while, because I was trying to track down the URL for this page. Really love the icons and style, but it doesn't seem to be working anymore. Anyone know why?
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by horizons1 » Aug Tue 22, 2017 5:54 pm

I looked at it again today and it seems to work for me on Chrome. You have to click the small Play button once you select a channel and then wait a bit for the stream to start.
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by zhoover » Aug Wed 23, 2017 10:14 am

horizons1 wrote:I looked at it again today and it seems to work for me on Chrome. You have to click the small Play button once you select a channel and then wait a bit for the stream to start.
Huh. I'm on Chrome too, but I'm getting a "connection refused" message and the small play button is gray rather than black - not working as a button. I'll see what our I.T. guy has to say - I'm sure he doesn't have anything better to work on!
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Re: Web based experiment

Post by horizons1 » Aug Wed 23, 2017 10:26 am

zhoover wrote:
horizons1 wrote:I looked at it again today and it seems to work for me on Chrome. You have to click the small Play button once you select a channel and then wait a bit for the stream to start.
Huh. I'm on Chrome too, but I'm getting a "connection refused" message and the small play button is gray rather than black - not working as a button. I'll see what our I.T. guy has to say - I'm sure he doesn't have anything better to work on!
Can you play the streams normally from work? My work blocks them, so when I work from home I don't log into the VPN just so I can keep listening!
No one's gloomy or complaining while the flatware's entertaining.
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