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Grafana10.0 10.0 Your Spotify VS GrafanaThe open and composable observability and data visualization platform. Visualize metrics, logs, and traces from multiple sources like Prometheus, Loki, Elasticsearch, InfluxDB, Postgres and many more.
Thingsboard9.6 9.9 Your Spotify VS ThingsboardOpen-source IoT Platform - Device management, data collection, processing and visualization.
Dashing9.5 0.0 L2 Your Spotify VS DashingSinatra based, open sourced dashboard builder from Shopify.
Habitica9.4 9.8 L4 Your Spotify VS HabiticaA habit tracker app which treats your goals like a Role Playing Game.
Dashy8.9 9.4 Your Spotify VS Dashy🚀 A self-hostable personal dashboard built for you. Includes status-checking, widgets, themes, icon packs, a UI editor and tons more!
Freeboard8.7 0.0 L4 Your Spotify VS FreeboardA damn-sexy, open source real-time dashboard builder for IOT and other web mashups. A free open-source alternative to Geckoboard.
ActivityWatch8.6 8.3 Your Spotify VS ActivityWatchThe best free and open-source automated time tracker. Cross-platform, extensible, privacy-focused.
Heimdall8.2 5.2 Your Spotify VS HeimdallAn Application dashboard and launcher
Organizr7.8 7.5 Your Spotify VS OrganizrHTPC/Homelab Services Organizer - Written in PHP
Reportr7.6 0.0 L4 Your Spotify VS ReportrYour life's personal dashboard.
wger7.0 6.6 L3 Your Spotify VS wgerSelf hosted FLOSS fitness/workout, nutrition and weight tracker written with Django
Personal management systemYour web application for managing personal data. <[email protected]>
Thingspeak6.2 0.0 L2 Your Spotify VS ThingspeakThingSpeak is an open source “Internet of Things” application and API to store and retrieve data from things using HTTP over the Internet or via a Local Area Network. With ThingSpeak, you can create sensor logging applications, location tracking applications, and a social network of things with status updates.
Baby Buddy6.2 8.9 Your Spotify VS Baby BuddyA :baby: buddy to help caregivers track sleep, feedings, diaper changes, and tummy time to learn about and predict baby's needs without (as much) guess work.
Phant5.7 0.0 L5 Your Spotify VS PhantPhant is a modular data logging tool for collecting data from the Internet of Things.
Tipboard5.7 0.0 L4 Your Spotify VS TipboardTipboard - in-house, tasty, local dashboarding system
DashMachine5.6 0.0 Your Spotify VS DashMachineAnother web application bookmark dashboard, with fun features.
DeviceHive4.3 0.0 Your Spotify VS DeviceHiveDeviceHive Java Server
simple-dash3.5 0.0 Your Spotify VS simple-dashA simple, fully responsive Dashboard to forward to the services of your choice!
Homepage3.4 0.0 Your Spotify VS HomepageA simple, standalone, self-hosted PHP page that is your window to your server and the web.
Iotdashboard2.9 4.8 Your Spotify VS IotdashboardFast Django server for IOT Devices
Dj Diabetes2.6 0.0 L5 Your Spotify VS Dj DiabetesMy Glucose Manager
iDashboard-PHP2.5 0.0 Your Spotify VS iDashboard-PHPHTPC Dashboard to load website services, written in PHP
Hiccup2.0 2.5 Your Spotify VS HiccupA static start page to get to your most important links, FAST.
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YourSpotify is a self-hosted application that tracks what you listen and offers you a dashboard to explore statistics about it! It's composed of a web server which polls the Spotify API every now and then and a web application on which you can explore your statistics.
Table of contents
- Creating the Spotify application
- Importing past history
- External guides
- You have to own a Spotify application ID that you can create through their dashboard.
- You need to provide the Server environment the public AND secret key of the application (cf. Installation).
- You need to provide an authorized redirect URI to the
A tutorial is available at the end of this readme.
Follow the docker-compose-example.yml to host your application through docker.
version: "3" services: server: image: yooooomi/your_spotify_server restart: always ports: - "8080:8080" links: - mongo depends_on: - mongo environment: - API_ENDPOINT=http://localhost:8080 # This MUST be included as a valid URL in the spotify dashboard (see below) - CLIENT_ENDPOINT=http://localhost:3000 - SPOTIFY_PUBLIC=__your_spotify_client_id__ - SPOTIFY_SECRET=__your_spotify_secret__ - CORS=http://localhost:3000,http://localhost:3001 # all if you want to allow every origin mongo: container_name: mongo image: mongo:4.4.8 volumes: - ./your_spotify_db:/data/db web: image: yooooomi/your_spotify_client restart: always ports: - "3000:3000" environment: - API_ENDPOINT=http://localhost:8080
Some ARM-based devices might have trouble with Mongo >= 5. I suggest you use the image mongo:4.4.
Installing locally (not recommended)
You can follow the instructions here. Note that you will still have to do the steps below.
|Key||Default value (if any)||Description|
|CLIENT_ENDPOINT||REQUIRED||The endpoint of your web application|
|API_ENDPOINT||REQUIRED||The endpoint of your server|
|SPOTIFY_PUBLIC||REQUIRED||The public key of your Spotify application (cf Creating the Spotify Application)|
|SPOTIFY_SECRET||REQUIRED||The secret key of your Spotify application (cf Creating the Spotify Application)|
|CORS||all||List of comma-separated origin allowed, or all to allow any origin|
|MAX_IMPORT_CACHE_SIZE||Infinite||The maximum element in the cache when importing data from an outside source, more cache means less requests to Spotify, resulting in faster imports|
|MONGO_ENDPOINT||mongodb://mongo:27017/your_spotify||The endpoint of the Mongo database|
|PORT||8080||The port of the server, do not modify if you're using docker|
|TIMEZONE||Europe/Paris||The timezone of your stats, only affects read requests since data is saved with UTC time|
|LOG_LEVEL||info||The log level, debug is useful if you encouter any bugs|
You can edit the CORS for the server:
allwill allow every source.
Creating the Spotify Application
For YourSpotify to work you need to provide a Spotify application public AND secret to the server environment. To do so, you need to create a Spotify application here.
- Click on Create a client ID.
- Fill out all the informations.
- Copy the public and the secret key into your
docker-composefile under the name of
- Add an authorized redirect URI corresponding to your server location on the internet adding the suffix /oauth/spotify/callback.
- use the
EDIT SETTINGSbutton on the top right corner of the page.
- add your URI under the
- Do not forget to hit the save button at the bottom of the popup.
- use the
Importing past history
By default, YourSpotify will only retrieve data for the past 24 hours once registered. This is a technical limitation. However, you can import previous data by two ways.
The import process uses cache to limit requests to the Spotify API. By default, the cache size is unlimited, but you can limit is with the
MAX_IMPORT_CACHE_SIZE env variable in the server.
Supported import methods
- Request your privacy data at Spotify to have access to your history for the past year here.
- Head to the Settings page and choose the privacy method.
- Input your files starting with
- Start your import.
Full privacy data
Full privacy data can be obtained by emailing [email protected] and requesting your data since the creation of the account.
- Request your data by email.
- Head to the Settings page and choose the full-privacy method.
- Input your files starting with
- Start your import.
An import can fail:
- If the server reboots.
- If a request fails 10 times in a row.
A failed import can be retried in the Settings page. Be sure to clean your failed imports if you do not want to retry it as it will remove the files used for it.
It is safer to import data at account creation. Though YourSpotify detects duplicates, some may still be inserted. However, song search is pretty accurate since it filters on artist then search for the song name.
How can I block new registrations?
From an admin account, go to the Settings page and hit the Disable new registrations button.
Songs don't seem to synchronize anymore.
This can happen if you revoked access on your Spotify account. To re-sync the songs, go to settings and hit the Relog to Spotify button.
The web application is telling me it cannot retrieve global preferences.
This means that your web application can't connect to the backend. Check that your API_ENDPOINT env variable is reachable from the device you're using the platform from.
- BreadNet installation tutorial
If you have any issue or any idea that could make the project better, feel free to open an issue. I'd love to hear about new ideas or bugs you are encountering.
I work on this project on my spare time and try to fix issues as soon as I can. If you feel generous and think this project and my investment are worth a few cents, you can consider sponsoring it with the button on the right, many thanks.