Beats Music is a music curation service that allows users to input location, mood, company, and the service streams music that it thinks will fit the situation. It will also help users develop personal music profiles based on what they do and don't like. The Beats Music API uses REST calls and allows users to make calls to search the Beats Music Catalog, play tracks, and create, update, and display a playlist. The API uses SSL and an API key for authentication. An account is required with service.
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What the Node.js library for Beats Music does for a developer is to authenticate into an application or framework that supports Connect-style middleware. It is named Passport-Beatsmusic by Mark Purugganan. This passport is a strategy to authenticate using OAuth 2.0 API. Resources of this project include line of code for installation and instructions to configure and authenticate requests.
The Beats Music Python library by Teja Vishwanadha allows developers to work with two interfaces: the API object and the suite of models. The API object refers to a wrapper and models specify user friendly interactions. Easy for the user, somehow more complex for the developer, according to the author. The functionality of the API affords to access data related to music catalogs, music tracks, and music playlists.