Spotify is the world's most popular audio streaming subscription service with 433 million monthly active users across 184 markets, which gives you access to more than 80 million songs and other content from creators all over the world.
Spotify Nodes are free and make all of Spotify's features easily accessible for KNIME users from within the KNIME Analytics Platform. Developed and maintained by NodePit, Spotify Nodes allow you to search the whole Spotify catalogue, get various information about artists, albums, shows, genres, and tracks, as well as update and share your personal profile and playlists and control your Spotify player on any device.
While Spotify Nodes are free and easy to use without an account within the KNIME Analytics Platform, Spotify requires a free or paid account.
When using the Spotify Nodes for the first time, you need to follow some manual steps to create and properly configure your new or existing Spotify account:
http://localhost:54321. If you want to make your application accessible to others (e.g. customers, co-workers), add more users under Users And Access.
If you have any questions, comments, or problems, we are happy to hear from you: email@example.com
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You can use Spotify's Web API to discover music and podcasts, manage your Spotify library, control audio playback, and much more. Browse our available Web API endpoints using the sidebar at left, or via the navigation bar on top of this page on smaller screens.
In order to make successful Web API requests your app will need a valid access token. One can be obtained through OAuth 2.0.
The base URI for all Web API requests is
Need help? See our Web API guides for more information, or visit the Spotify for Developers community forum to ask questions and connect with other developers.
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