[Icecast-dev] icecast with bootstrap

"Thomas B. Rücker" thomas at ruecker.fi
Tue Dec 16 05:08:18 PST 2014


On 12/16/2014 12:55 PM, Micheil Smith wrote:
> I guess it’d be possible to compile the templates in something other than xsl, 
> the question would be what, and is it worth it?

Something that people tend to overlook is, that the Icecast web
interface is not meant to be a primary page for radio listeners or let
alone a station's homepage.
Obviously people want to put data about their streams on e.g. a homepage
or somewhere else though.
Icecast addresses this by
a) traditionally by utilizing XSLT to transform data into machine
readable, tailored output
  cf. e.g. http://ruecker.fi/foss/icecast/xslt/
b) recently we added a new, cool, hip JSON API (/status-json.xsl)
  I'd recommend running 2.4.1 as there you have basic control over
CORS-ACAO headers and there is an important fix in the JSON API.

> I was bored early this morning so hacked on the xslt files for the NTS Radio 
> icecast — listen.ntslive.co.uk

A bit minimalistic, but yeah, everyone can tailor it the way they want.
Especially if it will get a lot of internal use.



> On 16 Dec 2014, at 12:36 pm, Thomas B. Rücker <thomas at ruecker.fi> wrote:
>> FYI, he's not subscribed to the mailing list.
>> Adding him explicitly to CC now.
>> On 12/16/2014 12:33 PM, Marvin Scholz wrote:
>>> Icecast will soon get a new web interface based on the websites theme, which will have some cleaned up versions of the xslts, that should be a bit easier to understand.
>>> I am not sure how we can help you understand xslt and it is a bit out of scope of Icecast support.
>>>> Am 12.12.2014 um 22:08 schrieb bazza <bazza at riseup.net>:
>>>> hello,
>>>> https://github.com/b4zz4/fm.hackcoop.com.ar
>>>> it's too complicated to work with xsl since there's not much docs
>>>> around. we're trying to make a cool interface for icecast
>>>> thanks

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