Angular2 service to connect to the Spotify Web API
Based off eddiemoore's angular-spotify. Big thanks to him
Install angular2-spotify via npm. Use the --save property to save into your package.json file.
npm install angular2-spotify --save
Provide Spotify Service into your component (only provide in your root componenent, but remember to import the service to every class you want to use it) With Spotify, you can listen to music and play millions of songs and podcasts for free. Stream music and podcasts you love and find music - or your next favorite . What is Spotify Web API?
The Spotify's Web API lets your applications fetch data from the Spotify music catalog and manage user's playlists and saved music. “Based on simple REST principles, our Web API endpoints return metadata in JSON format about artists, albums, and tracks directly from the Spotify catalogue. Is Spotify API free?
You can make similar calls through the Web API to retrieve information from the Spotify catalog about artists, tracks and playlists. There is a huge amount of data available, and the best part is that it's free to access. What API does Spotify use?
The base address of Web API is https://api.spotify.com. The API provides a set of endpoints, each with its own unique path. To access private data through the Web API, such as user profiles and playlists, an application must get the user's permission to access the data. How do I integrate Spotify API?
To use the Web API, start by creating a Spotify user account (Premium or Free). To do that, simply sign up at www.spotify.com. When you have a user account, go to the Dashboard page at the Spotify Developer website and, if necessary, log in. Accept the latest Developer Terms of Service to complete your account set up. How many APIs are there?
There are four main types of APIs: Open APIs: Also known as Public API, there are no restrictions to access these types of APIs because they are publicly available. Partner APIs: A developer needs specific rights or licenses in order to access this type of API because they are not available to the public.