Cherry is an experiment: a spatial playlist editor. [See it in action here.] (http://simberman.com/cherry)
You might think of this project as a cross between a music player and a window manager. Like all good ideas, this one comes from a problem I had: I used to make mix CDs for friends and family, and I wanted an easy way to see how it sounded to move clumps of songs around within the mix. So in Cherry, the playlist reigns supreme.
- Create playlists by dragging songs straight into the workspace from the library or from other playlists.
- Dock playlists by dragging playlists right against each other. Cherry will advance into the next playlist automatically.
This is licensed under the [Mozilla Public License 2.0] (http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/).
- Full playlist controls on top
- Party Mode, with the YouTube frame full-screen in another window
- Finer-grained playlist control: split, merge, ...
- Multiple workspaces and saving workspaces to server
- ... and more ...
- [jQuery] (jquery.com) and [jQuery UI] (jqueryui.com)
- [Knockout JS] (http://knockoutjs.com/)
- Google's YouTube [IFRAME] (https://developers.google.com/youtube/iframe_api_reference) and [data] (https://developers.google.com/youtube/v3/) APIs
- [Fire.app] (http://fireapp.handlino.com/)