MediacenterJS is a fully functional mediacenter application that runs in your browser. You can view your movies and listen to your music. All from the comfort of your favourite browser on your favourite device.
When you add movies to the library, the movies will be indexed in a matter of seconds and be ready for playback. No need to manually alter your files. It's great to add functionality to your TV, tablet, PC or Chromebook.
MediacenterJS is easily controllable from the comfort of your couch thanks to the remote control.
This webapp is platform independent and works from within your favourite browser.
The remote is generic and you can easily add remote functionality if you are an app developer. Documentation how to integrate the remote into your app is available on the GitHub page.
This enables you to customize every little detail and easily create amazing new content and themes.
Add functionality to your TV, Chromebook or Mobile devices by simply installing MediacenterJS. It can be installed on a Linux or Windows PC, or even a NAS or server. Your content is available wherever you are. Whether you're listening to your local music library at work, or listening to a podcast on your holiday.
The project is in Alpha. Which means some of the functionality (e.g. Movies, weather and Music apps) could work as intended. This also means there are still a lot of bugs to be fixed and functionality to be added.
I decided to rewrite a large portion of the code. Fetching metadata will be a seperate process. This allows me to handle the data differently resulting in a faster more seamless experience. No more lazyloading and badly represented data.It also allows metadata gathering to be scheduled. This will also result in shorter, better code on front- and backend. This will take some time to get done though so bare with me. I'm developing this on a seperate branch so the master will remain stable(ish). Once this is done the TV app will work as well. I'll be away for the next two weeks though so hopefully this big update will role sometime in march.
If you found an issue while testing MediacenterJS, feel free to file an issue on the MediacenterJS Github page
MediacenterJS has its very own plug-in store giving you complete freedom to use MediacenterJS the way you want, with the apps you want.
A lot more information will become available as we near public beta release. Including full documentation for users and app builders, faq's and issue reporting so you can jump right in.
If you really can't wait or want to contribute, you can view early releases of the code, and partial documentation on Github.Check out the code on GitHub.
If you want to encourage this project and/or support it's development, feel free to donate.