libspotify 12.1.64

libspotify 12.1.64

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libspotify 12.1.64

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  • Spotify AB
                             libspotify 12.1.64
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                   Copyright © 2006-2013 Spotify Ltd
  1. INTRODUCTION

    This is the libspotify C API package. With it, you can write applications that utilize the Spotify music streaming service.

  2. PACKAGE STRUCTURE

    The package is structured as follows:

    libspotify-12.1.64-iOS/ ChangeLog Contains description of new and changed functionality in libspotify README This README file LICENSE License governing the library, and associated files. licenses.xhtml License governing third party libraries included in libspotify. libspotify.framework The libspotify framework, including the header and shared library. doc/ html/ Documentation in HTML format This information is also available online. images/ Graphics for use with applications using libspotify. See section 6 below. man3/ Manual pages for libspotify examples/ Root directory for the example source code

  3. COMPATIBILITY AND REQUIREMENTS

    The library was compiled as a universal binary for armv6, armv7 and i386.

    It requires:

    • iOS 4.0 or later
  4. INSTALLATION

4.1 Linking with an iOS app using Xcode 4

1. Drag and drop libspotify.framework to the "Frameworks" group in
   the project navigator.
2. In the project navigator, select your project. Select your target
   and select the "Build Phases" tab.
3. In the "Link Binary With Libraries" group, click on the "+" button.
4. Select CFNetwork.framework and click "Add".
5. Repeat this with libstdc++.dylib and Security.framework.

There are additional things you can and should do as an audio app;
setting the audio session category and activity; setting your background
modes in info.plist; checking Reachability; and so on.

4.2 Examples There are a number of examples in doc/examples, but they are mostly Unix command line examples. For Objective-C examples, see the CocoaLibSpotify wrapper and sample apps at https://github.com/spotify/cocoalibspotify/.

  1. APPLICATION KEYS

    The example programs require a file called appkey.c which is not present in the package. You will need to request an application key at the developer website at http://developer.spotify.com/ before being able to run them.

  2. LOGOTYPES AND TRADEMARK

    The graphics found in the images/ subdirectory are available for use in applications using libspotify. The terms and conditions for the use of these are available on http://developer.spotify.com/.

    A text file is included in images/, containing the text to be used in non-graphical applications.

  3. LICENSE

    You should have received a separate LICENSE file together with this README.