A Dockerfile for Jamstash. Uses nginx.
Use the following command to run it on port 8001 of your host machine :
sudo docker run -d --name jamstash -p 8001:80 hyzual/jamstash
You can now connect to
http://yourhost:8001 and enjoy Jamstash.
Imagine you can stream all your music from home, to any device, where ever you are. That is Subsonic! Now imagine having a Web App to stream your music that is as beautiful and well designed as it is functional, that is Jamstash!
- HTML5 Music Streaming App for your Subsonic server
- Archive.org Browsing and Streaming of Live Music
- HTML5 Audio with Flash fallback (provided by the jPlayer library)
- Flexible Layout (will scale to whatever size your browser window is)
- Keyboard shortcuts (back, forward, play/pause, skip to artist, media keys)
- Playlist support (create new, add to existing, delete)
- Podcast support (includes description field on hover)
- Favorite/Starred support for Albums & Songs
- Shortcuts supported
- Easy installation (Chrome App or manual install)
- FF/Chome support (IE9 works but is a little rough around the edges)
- Light/Dark Theme
- Last.fm support
- Autopilot Mode (click one button and songs continue to play)
- AutoSave Mode (saves position and current playlist if you close or refresh your browser)
- Built with AngularJS
You will need a Subsonic server to be able to play your own music. Subsonic is a free, web-based media streamer, providing ubiquitous access to your music. Use it to share your music with friends, or to listen to your own music while at work. Please see mschuerig's debian-subsonic image for a Docker-ready Subsonic image to run alongside Jamstash.
Web app port