So I’ve found another possibility to do everything I need, I found a website showing me how to setup a secondary web server to control the led strip, I’ve modified it to my specifications but I’m stuck on how to implement it into my mirror. I am able to view the webpage via my pi’s ip and port however the webpage won’t seem to work in an iframe module as I had hoped.
@ninjabreadman That is indeed not very simple. It was something I wanted to implement too, but it turned out to be a little more complicated than I initially thought, since the MagicMirror project does not directly support this. But it could be done, and if so a PR or even just an initial implementation would be awesome.
Hi, i’m new to this as well and have Alexa loaded and running in the background of Magic Mirror, but… someone feel free to correct me if i’m wrong…, i think you can link spotify via the Alexa App on your phone of computer, no need for a module to be added to Alexa avs. Just get Alexa up an running on your pi, in the Amazon Alexa app click on the 3 bars on the top left, then click on settings, then click on music and media and you’ll find the option to link your spotify account there. Check out the skills to add as well (3 bars, skills then select and enable). i believe you’ll then be able to access via alexa voice command.