This is the local client needed to use the bronos.net service. More info will follow.
Once installed and running, open
http://localhost:5010 to see the base URL that you use from the internet
You configure this using ENV variables.
The remote endpoint you connect to. You do not need to change this, default is
You only need to change this if you run the sonos http api on a different machine or on a different port than default.
This is the web interface where you will find your base url where you can publically invoke requests against.
All the following examples should be prefixed with the base URL that you will see once you booted up the bronos-client software. Something like this: https://broker.bronos.net/v1/e7e5286593a07853eceee75bf28c42f6
/living room/volume/15 (will set volume for room Living Room to 15%)
/living room/volume/+1 (will increase volume by 1%)
/living room/next (will skip to the next track on living room, unless it’s not a coordinator)
/living room/pause (will pause the living room)
/living room/favorite/mysuperplaylist (will replace queue with the favorite called “mysuperplaylist”)
/living room/repeat/on (will turn on repeat mode for group)
For more detailed documentation on the possibilities, visit [http://jishi.github.io/node-sonos-http-api/]