This app uses the API of other websites and gives you an RSS feed in return. Quick and simple.
vlc:// links, see vlc-protocol.
You can use this app freely at rssbox.herokuapp.com.
Roll your own
You need to get API keys for the respective services and populate the environment variables, e.g. by using an .env file.
A couple of services do not have official APIs, or do not require API keys, so they will work without any keys.
Go to Twitter Application Management and create a new app.
Once you have the consumer key and consumer secret, run the following to get the bearer token.
curl -X POST -d grant_type=client_credentials -u CONSUMER_KEY:CONSUMER_SECRET https://api.twitter.com/oauth2/token
access_token and put it in the config.
Go to the Google Developer Console, create a project and a server key. Copy the server key.
Enable the following APIs in the project:
- YouTube Data API v3
- Google+ API
Go to the Vimeo developer website and create an app. Then create a personal access token.
Go to the Facebook developer website and create an app. Copy your app id and secret.
Facebook live hax: After a live stream has ended, trying to access the stream via playlist.m3u8 will still give you a list of .ts files, however the domain is
interncache-prn.fbcdn.net which doesn't resolve. However, if you edit your
/etc/hosts file and point that domain to the IP of
origincache-prn.fbcdn.net, you can watch the video again (use
dig origincache-prn.fbcdn.net +short). This only works for a couple of days after the live event.
Go to the Instagram developer website and create a client. Copy your client id and secret.
Go to the SoundCloud developer website and create an app. Copy your client id and secret.
Go to your Twitch settings and create an app. Copy your client id.
Go to the Imgur settings and create an app. Copy your client id.