Looking forward to hearing more about the API and its availability to developers!
Tinkering with Sonos at Music Hack Day in Sydney
At Music Hack Day Sydney this past April, we made our API available to all independent developers at the event. The winner created a web app that allows users to control their Sonos players from a website with added enhancements such as social networking, album art and details about the artist. Get a closer look in this video.
9 Responses to “Tinkering with Sonos at Music Hack Day in Sydney”
I would love to get the command line utility! Anyway it can be made available?
Thanks for the write-up, guys. If anyone is interested, my blog post is here: http://www.hirahim.com/blog/2012/04/29/dissecting-the-sonos-controller/ and the source code to the project is available here: https://github.com/rahims/SoCo
Yup, you can grab the source code here: https://github.com/rahims/SoCo
What I find funny is that the largest distribution channel for Sonos, custom integrators, are still waiting for drivers etc. that we can integrate into our multizone Sonos systems. We would love to be able to turn over an all in one application that can control Sonos AND lights, home theater, shades etc. Why not allow this sort of controlling to be open to the people who are helping you to make money?
Would love to see the API opened up for all. I want to make a Windows 8 app that controls my Sonos and other home automation.
Sonos API should have always been public…it makes the system more attractive to people who enjoy “tinkering”
Thank you Rahim. I’ve been looking for an API for a while now.
Where can we find the SONOS API’s?