LIRI is like iPhone's SIRI. However, while SIRI is a Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface, LIRI is a Language Interpretation and Recognition Interface.
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README.md

LIRI

LIRI is like iPhone's SIRI. However, while SIRI is a Speech Interpretation and Recognition Interface, LIRI is a Language Interpretation and Recognition Interface. LIRI will be a command line node app that takes in parameters and gives you back data.

Geting started

  1. Clone the repository on your local machine.

  2. Open the terminal in the correct folder and run npm install to install all the dependencies

  3. If you don't have a twitter key, you can find the information to obtaain one Here

  4. Create a file in the root folder called keys.js. Here is where you will input your twitter keys in the following format:

    exports.twitterKeys = { consumer_key: '(input here)', consumer_secret: '(input here)', access_token_key: '(input here)', access_token_secret: '(input here)', }

Using the app

You can enter the following commands:

  1. "node liri.js my-tweets" This will show your last 20 tweets and when they were created at in your terminal/bash window.

  2. "node liri.js spotify-this-song ''" This will show the following information about the song in your terminal/bash window.

    • Artist(s)
    • The song's name
    • A preview link of the song from Spotify
    • The album that the song is from

    If no song is provided then your program will default to

    • "The Sign" by Ace of Base
  3. "node liri.js movie-this ''" This will output the following information to your terminal/bash window:

    • Title of the movie.
    • Year the movie came out.
    • IMDB Rating of the movie.
    • Country where the movie was produced.
    • Language of the movie.
    • Plot of the movie.
    • Actors in the movie.
    • Rotten Tomatoes Rating.
    • Rotten Tomatoes URL.

If the user doesn't type a movie in, the program will output data for the movie 'Mr. Nobody.' * If you haven't watched "Mr. Nobody," then you should: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0485947/ * It's on Netflix!

  1. "node liri.js do-what-it-says" Using the fs Node package, LIRI will take the text inside of random.txt and then use it to call one of LIRI's commands. It should run spotify-this-song for "Lose Yourself" as follows the text in random.txt.

Buit With

JavasScript, Tweeter API, Spotify API, OMDB API.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details