Okay, just to let you know…
I have taken the slightly outdated and cumbersome PDF with the HTTP API documentation and transferred it into a more developer-friendly format. There are still a few commands missing, but I will add them in the next time.
I currently host the API documentation under a sub-domain of mine. You can find it here:
Then a request to Arylic (@zpl1025): Perhaps you could also take a look at this documentation and review it. There are a lot of response fields that are currently marked with !!! Documentation is MISSING !!!. It would be very helpful for all developers if this documentation were updated first hand.
If you find any errors or wrong doumentations, or if you have any suggestions please let me know.
That is great news. To handle things lightweight, you can contribute to this project:
It is the repo from which the hosted API doc, mentioned above, is made from. The documentation is built from Markdown files you can find in source/includes. If you have any questions, please let me know (DM or email).
Regarding your question: Hmpf… I am currently developing a Swift package for an iOS app (should be replacement for 4STREAM ). I’m still at the very beginning, but it’s developing slowly. Currently the Bonjour device discovery is working. Communication with the LinkPlay API is still to come (I also designed the API documentation for this, among other things).
Welcome to the Forum. I can’t actually remember exactly when it was published. It is the most up to date version that you will find.
I recently noticed a couple of omissions.
It could certainly do with
A sweep from myself to check for any errors or omissions
A check with Arylic @zpl1025 for new commands. Note HTTPAPI is added by Linkplay Not Arylic
Update and publish the revised documentation.
If you are aware errors or emissions please don’t hesitate to feedback.
Also if you have a specific question about specific functionality you are looking for just post it as there may be a way. There are also additional command sets UART, TCP/IP, a pretty new BLE Interface.