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Docker image based on my fork of https://github.com/jishi/node-sonos-http-api
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SONOS HTTP API

A simple http based API for controlling your Sonos system. I try to follow compatibility versioning between this and sonos-discovery, which means that 0.3.x requires 0.3.x of sonos-discovery.

There is a simple sandbox at /docs (incomplete atm)

USAGE

Start by fixing your dependencies. Invoke the following command:

npm install --production

This will download the necessary dependencies if possible (you will need git for this)

start the server by running

npm start

Now you can control your system by invoking the following commands:

http://localhost:5005/zones
http://localhost:5005/lockvolumes
http://localhost:5005/unlockvolumes
http://localhost:5005/pauseall[/{timeout in minutes}]
http://localhost:5005/resumeall[/{timeout in minutes}]
http://localhost:5005/preset/{JSON preset}
http://localhost:5005/preset/{predefined preset name}
http://localhost:5005/{room name}/{action}[/{parameter}]
http://localhost:5005/reindex
http://localhost:5005/sleep/{timeout in seconds or timestamp HH:MM:SS or off}

Example:

http://localhost:5005/living room/volume/15
(will set volume for room Living Room to 15%)

http://localhost:5005/living room/volume/+1
(will increase volume by 1%)

http://localhost:5005/living room/next
(will skip to the next track on living room, unless it's not a coordinator)

http://localhost:5005/living room/pause
(will pause the living room)

http://localhost:5005/living room/favorite/mysuperplaylist
(will replace queue with the favorite called "mysuperplaylist")

http://localhost:5005/living room/repeat/on
(will turn on repeat mode for group)

The actions supported as of today:

  • play
  • pause
  • playpause (toggles playing state)
  • volume (parameter is absolute or relative volume. Prefix +/- indicates relative volume)
  • groupVolume (parameter is absolute or relative volume. Prefix +/- indicates relative volume)
  • mute / unmute
  • groupMute / groupUnmute
  • seek (parameter is queue index)
  • trackseek (parameter is in seconds, 60 for 1:00, 120 for 2:00 etc)
  • next
  • previous
  • state (will return a json-representation of the current state of player)
  • favorite
  • playlist
  • lockvolumes / unlockvolumes (experimental, will enforce the volume that was selected when locking!)
  • repeat (on/off)
  • shuffle (on/off)
  • crossfade (on/off)
  • pauseall (with optional timeout in minutes)
  • resumeall (will resume the ones that was pause on the pauseall call. Useful for doorbell, phone calls, etc. Optional timeout)
  • say
  • queue
  • clearqueue

State

Example of a state json:

{
  "currentTrack":{
    "artist":"College",
    "title":"Teenage Color - Anoraak Remix",
    "album":"Nightdrive With You",
    "albumArtURI":"/getaa?s=1&u=x-sonos-spotify%3aspotify%253atrack%253a3DjBDQs8ebkxMBo2V8V3SH%3fsid%3d9%26flags%3d32",
    "duration":347,
    "uri":"x-sonos-spotify:spotify%3atrack%3a3DjBDQs8ebkxMBo2V8V3SH?sid=9&flags=32"
  },
  "nextTrack":{
    "artist":"Blacknuss",
    "title":"Thinking of You",
    "album":"3",
    "albumArtURI":"/getaa?s=1&u=x-sonos-spotify%3aspotify%253atrack%253a4U93TIa0X6jGQrTBGTkChH%3fsid%3d9%26flags%3d32",
    "duration":235,
    "uri":"x-sonos-spotify:spotify%3atrack%3a4U93TIa0X6jGQrTBGTkChH?sid=9&flags=32"
  },
  "volume":18,
  "mute":false,
  "trackNo":161,
  "elapsedTime":200,
  "elapsedTimeFormatted":"03:20",
  "zoneState":"PAUSED_PLAYBACK",
  "playerState":"PLAYING",
  "zonePlayMode":{
    "shuffle":true,
    "repeat":false,
    "crossfade":false
  }
}

Queue

Obtain the current queue list from a specified player. The request will accept:

  • No parameters

    http://localhost:5005/living room/queue

  • Just a start index for the queue

    http://localhost:5005/living room/queue/[start-index]

  • A start index and a count of items to return

    http://localhost:5005/living room/queue/[start-index]/[count]

Example queue response:

{
  "startIndex": "0",
  "numberReturned": 2,
  "totalMatches": 33,
  "items": [
    {
      "uri": "x-sonos-spotify:spotify%3atrack%3a0AvV49z4EPz5ocYN7eKGAK?sid=9&flags=8224&sn=3",
      "albumArtURI": "/getaa?s=1&u=x-sonos-spotify%3aspotify%253atrack%253a0AvV49z4EPz5ocYN7eKGAK%3fsid%3d9%26flags%3d8224%26sn%3d3",
      "title": "No Diggity",
      "artist": "Blackstreet",
      "album": "Another Level"
    },
    {
      "uri": "x-sonos-spotify:spotify%3atrack%3a5OQGeJ1ceykovrykZsGhqL?sid=9&flags=8224&sn=3",
      "albumArtURI": "/getaa?s=1&u=x-sonos-spotify%3aspotify%253atrack%253a5OQGeJ1ceykovrykZsGhqL%3fsid%3d9%26flags%3d8224%26sn%3d3",
      "title": "Breathless",
      "artist": "The Corrs",
      "album": "In Blue"
    }
  ]
}

Preset

A preset is a predefined grouping of players with predefined volumes, that will start playing whatever is in the coordinators queue.

Example preset (state and uri are optional):

{
  "players": [
    { "roomName": "room1", "volume": 15},
    {"roomName": "room2", "volume": 25}
  ],
  "state": "stopped",
  "favorite": "my favorite name",
  "uri": "x-rincon-stream:RINCON_0000000000001400",
  "playMode": "SHUFFLE",
  "pauseOthers": true
  "sleep": "01:00:00"
}

The first player listed in the example, "room1", will become the coordinator. It will loose it's queue when ungrouped but eventually that will be fixed in the future. Playmodes are the ones defined in UPnP, which are: NORMAL, REPEAT_ALL, SHUFFLE_NOREPEAT, SHUFFLE
Favorite will have precedence over a uri. Playmode requires 0.4.2 of sonos-discovery to work.
pauseOthers will pause all zones before applying the preset, effectively muting your system. sleep is an optional value that enables the sleep timer and supports the 'HH:MM:SS' format.

preset.json

You can create a file with pre made presets, called presets.json. I've included a sample file based on my own setup. In the example, there is one preset called all, which you can apply by invoking:

http://localhost:5005/preset/all

settings.json

If you want to change port or the cache dir for tts files, you can create a settings.json file and put in the root folder.

The defaults are:

{
  port: 5005,
  cacheDir: './cache'
}

Override as it suits you.

Favorites

It now has support for starting favorites. Simply invoke:

http://localhost:5005/living room/favorite/[favorite name]

and it will replace the queue with that favorite. Bear in mind that favorites may share name, which might give unpredictable behavior at the moment.

Playlist

Playing a Sonos playlist is now supported. Invoke the following:

http://localhost:5005/living room/playlist/[playlist name]

and it will replace the queue with the playlist and starts playing.

Say (TTS support)

Experimental support for TTS. This REQUIRES a registered API key from voiceRSS! See http://www.voicerss.org/ for info.

You need to add this to a file called settings.json (create if it doesn't exist), like this:

{
  "voicerss": "f5e77e1d42063175b9219866129189a3"
}

Replace the code above (it is just made up) with the api-key you've got after registering.

Action is:

/[Room name]/say/[phrase][/[language_code]]
/sayall/[phrase][/[language_code]]

Example:

/Office/say/Hello, dinner is ready
/Office/say/Hej, maten är klar/sv-se
/sayall/Hello, dinner is ready

Sayall will group all players, set 40% volume and then try and restore everything as the way it where. Please try it out, it will probably contain glitches but please report detailed descriptions on what the problem is (starting state, error that occurs, and the final state of your system).

The supported language codes are:

|ca-es|Catalan|
|zh-cn|Chinese (China)|
|zh-hk|Chinese (Hong Kong)|
|zh-tw|Chinese (Taiwan)|
|da-dk|Danish|
|nl-nl|Dutch|
|en-au|English (Australia)|
|en-ca|English (Canada)|
|en-gb|English (Great Britain)|
|en-in|English (India)|
|en-us|English (United States)|
|fi-fi|Finnish|
|fr-ca|French (Canada)|
|fr-fr|French (France)|
|de-de|German|
|it-it|Italian|
|ja-jp|Japanese|
|ko-kr|Korean|
|nb-no|Norwegian|
|pl-pl|Polish|
|pt-br|Portuguese (Brazil)|
|pt-pt|Portuguese (Portugal)|
|ru-ru|Russian|
|es-mx|Spanish (Mexico)|
|es-es|Spanish (Spain)|
|sv-se|Swedish (Sweden)|

Spotify (Experimental)

The following endpoints are available:

/RoomName/spotify/now/spotify:track:4LI1ykYGFCcXPWkrpcU7hn
/RoomName/spotify/next/spotify:track:4LI1ykYGFCcXPWkrpcU7hn
/RoomName/spotify/queue/spotify:track:4LI1ykYGFCcXPWkrpcU7hn

It only handles a single spotify account currently. It will probably use the first account added on your system. Experiment with it and leave feedback!

Docker

A docker file is included, make sure that if you use this that you start up your container with "--net=host" example:

docker run --net=host --restart=always -d <your container/image name>

The restart always is to keep it running after a reboot and to keep it alive it if crashes.
More information for docker https://docs.docker.com

Webhook

NOTE! This is experimental and might change in the future! Please leave your feedback as github issues if you feel like it doesn't suit your need, since I don't know what kind of restrictions you will be facing.

Since 0.17.x there is now support for a web hook. If you add a setting in settings.json like this:

{
  "webhook": "http://localhost:5006/"
}

Every state change and topology change will be posted (method POST) to that URL, as JSON. The following data structure will be sent:

{
  "type": "transport-state",
  "data": { (snapshot of player) }
}

or

{
  "type": "topology-change",
  "data": { (snapshot of zones) }
}

"data" property will be equal to the same data as you would get from /RoomName/state or /zones. There is an example endpoint in the root if this project called test_endpoint.js which you may fire up to get an understanding of what is posted, just invoke it with "node test_endpoint.js" in a terminal, and then start the http-api in another terminal.

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