💃🛥️ Live DJing with your friends
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#💃🛥️ Grooveboat

Live (and soon-to-be peer to peer) DJing with your friends.


#What's this?

Grooveboat is an open-source clone of the late Turntable.fm. From wikipedia:

The service allowed users to create "rooms," which other users could join.[3] Designated users, so-called "DJs," chose songs to be played to everyone in that room, while all users were able to talk with one another through a text interface.

#Cool, how does it work?

Grooveboat comes in two pieces: the frontend web app (this repository) and a minimal-knowledge signaling server, called a buoy. You can spin up an instance of each project, share out a link and invite code to your friends, and start grooving.

#Getting started

Running this repostitory should be relatively straightforward, just make sure you have a recent version of node and yarn (or npm) installed.

Clone the repo:

$ git clone https://github.com/stevenleeg/grooveboat.git

Install dependencies:

$ yarn install

Spin up a local webserver:

$ yarn start

And you'll be ready to go. You can visit http://localhost:1234 to see the UI. Note that changing the code will cause the development server to automatically refresh.

If you wish to deploy this to a production environment, you can run:

$ yarn build

and copy the resulting files in dist/ to a webserver. Note that the output is a static HTML/Javascript/CSS directory- there's no backend, meaning you can serve this directory on a standard webserver.

In order to start spinning music, you'll need to set up or connect to a buoy.




This project is released under the MIT License, which can be found in LICENSE.txt.