@Sean Well that’s fantastic. On my way…
What I see now as most interesting to me is a revolving Top 10 of songs for short_term, medium_term, and long_term.
@Sean Hi Sean, from your descriptions I assume you have spent some quality time with the Spotify API. Is there a way to get user-related statistics (e.g. most often heard songs in recent time, new albums by favorite artists…) on the mirror? Have you tried out anything of that?
A new (beta) version of the module with support for Strava’s new authentication flow is available.
Just wanted to report that the module is working fine until now using the development branch.
What I would like to implement is some kind of a record panel showing the fastest 1k, 5k, 10k for running 20k, 40k, for cycling etc.
I can’t see this in the API. Does anyone know a way to extract these values?
@ianperrin Ian, I haven’t seen your latest reply, sorry, but meanwhile I’ve learnt how to deal with the templates and am implementing the progress bar myself.
The nunjucks environment makes it much easier for me in the end.
Look for a PR soon
Thanks again for your work on this! Having much fun with the API and would like to bloat the module much further. (–>motivation for summer)
@mydiva The width of your module seems to have become so big that the daily forecast slips into hourly line. I would suggest to set a fixed width for this part or control the width of the other module influencing this.
@pugsly You can check out the css of the part using the developer’s tools of your browser.
The css properties can then be switched on and off and with that you can find out what is responsible for the space.
I would guess your module has become broader due to another module. The forecast part, however, seems to have a fixed width and is aligned left. Then you get an empty space on the right.
anyone interested in having a look at this python repository with me?
#Quizduell API Inofficial interface to the Quizduell web API written in Python and distributed under GPLv3. Start games, write messages, find users and more.
“Quizduell is the German-language version of the Swedish-language mobile app “Quizkampen” (Swedish: quiz) of the Swedish developer FEO Media AB for iOS and for the Android platform and Windows Phone. The players must answer more questions correctly in a variety of question categories than a selected or random opponent. The application has been downloaded more than 23 million times in eleven different languages on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store (as of March 2014), the German-language version has over 34 million with most players (as of March 2014)”
An inofficial way to (somehow) use the quizduell REST API.
I wonder if this could be recoded into a JS module?
I’d like to work on this together with someone but I’m missing the abilities to know how and where to start. And I’m not common to Python.
This module could show statistics on our mirror, running games and how much time is left for your turn.
And later on maybe even a voice controlled round of Quizduell!?
It’s odd that noone else seems to have the translation problem.
However, I have just pushed a PR including a promise.catch function in case translation does not work.
This module still only works with the “manipulated” google-translate-api" for me.
Love your module, @cowboysdude . Many great facts received in recent months.
@hattlegr You need to create an application in your strava account to use this module. Have you done that?