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Eisenradio - a Web radio expandable collection

  • Organize your web radios; delete and update, backup and restore
  • Style your app with pictures, write a comment or import a poem, song or study text to have a good time
  • Create a shuffled playlist within a local audio files folder in seconds
  • Android: download to mobile (link below .-apk), rename *WHL to *ZIP, extract with Android file manager

Eisenradio - the boring details

  • Eisenradio is a REST API app on blueprints and ApplicationFactory of the Flask microframework with a SQLite database
  • First Internet Radio App that can run a Spectrum Analyser in a Web browser (Feb,2022)
  • A local Python Flask Web Server connects to the radio server in behalf of you. Your browser connects to Flask
  • Backend (server) opens the connection, buffers the radio stream and presents it to localhost IP:
  • Frontend (browser) controls the backend, plays internet and local audio playlists
  • Browser audio element connects http://localhost:5050/sound/classic that streams
  • Closing the browser does not disconnect the server listen (buffer discarded) nor streaming connections
  • Plays and repairs aac plus files; play (1.3), repairs since version (1.4);
  • Backup and restore are easy work with the help of an optional ex/imported human-readable *ini file
  • Blacklist feature for recorded files (titles); lists can be ex/imported via a json dictionary file to other devices
  • playing local audio uses the web server multiple file upload feature
  • Multithreading allows you an unlimited number of radio connections at the same time, until the ISP Bandwidth limit hits
  • Android APK Package uses Python Kivy for multi-touch and promotes the app to "foreground service" (to not get killed)

""" sketch """

     |B |               |S | Flask web server, Header[Werkzeug/2.0.2 Python/3.10.1]
     |r |listen         |e |-------> starRadio
     |o |------->   <-- |r |
     |w |GhettoRecorder |v |-------> planetRadio
     |s |--->    <----- |e |
     |e |               |r |-------> satteliteRadio
     |r |               |  |
     net: localhost     net: internet
     CORS: accept       CORS: deny
     audioNode: 1,-1    audioNode: 0, 0
     JavaScript,CSS     Python,SQL

Cross-Origin Resource Sharing mechanism (CORS) 
i.a. prevents a Browser from analysing audio from internet

pip install

""" xxs Linux xxs """
$ pip3 install eisenradio
$ python3 -m eisenradio.wsgi  # watch flask

""" xxm Windows xxm """
> pip install eisenradio
> python -m eisenradio.wsgi

""" xxl big company xxl """
$$$ pip3 install eisenradio
$$$ python3 -m  # serve flask
""" for the sake of completeness, a python
    production server 'waitress' is started """


~ ... /test/functional$ python3 -m pytest -s # -s print to console

find the modified test db in ./app_writable/db


Python user:

  • find the module location
  • uninstall and then remove remnants

$ pip3 show eisenradio

$ pip3 uninstall eisenradio

Location: ... /python310/site-packages

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