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README.md

C - A collaborative listening room using Spotify

This project is a site where multiple users can propose songs and vote for them, having them played in a synchronised way through Spotify.

Setting up

The server can be run locally and also deployed to Heroku. You will need to register your own Spotify app and set the credentials in a couple of config files. For that:

  1. Create an application on Spotify's Developer Site.

  2. Add as redirect uris both http://localhost:3000/auth/callback (for development) and <production_domain>/auth/callback (if you want to deploy your app somewhere).

  3. Create a .env file in the root of the project with the following variables;

    • HOST
    • CLIENT_ID
    • CLIENT_SECRET

Example:

HOST=http://localhost:3000
CLIENT_ID=<your_client_id>
CLIENT_SECRET=<your_client_secret>

Dependencies

Install the dependencies running npm install.

Running

During development, run npm run dev.

When running on production, run npm run build && npm run start.

Run with Docker

To run this app in Docker use the following steps

  1. Build the image run: docker build -t c .

  2. Run the image:

docker run -p 3000:3000 \
    -e HOST=http://localhost:3000 \
    -e CLIENT_ID=<your_client_id> \
    -e CLIENT_SECRET=<your_client_secret> \
    c

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