We all have songs we love. Probably you have thousands of music tracks you "liked" on streaming services like Spotify, but it is not trivial to pick just the right song at the right moment. You need songs without lyrics when you have to focus, and high energy songs when you work out. Spotify provides great metadata for its catalog, so I thought I should be able to implement a nice & easy interface to filter private playlists.
What it does
This web application allows users Spotify playlists by each track's metadata like tempo or loudness.
How I built it
This is a single page web application built with React and Redux.
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
"Hacky Birthday MLH" was a 24-hour hackathon, and I am glad that I could submit something before the deadline!
What I learned
I learned a lot about "OAuth Authorizaiton Code Flow with PKCE" during this project. This particular auth flow was useful for client-side authorization without secret.
What's next for Spotify Filter
- More metrics & metadata to filter tracks with.
- Allow users to filter public playlists to suit their needs.
- Better styling with CSS.