This blog gives some background and motivation for why I used Cloud Functions and an Event-Driven Architecture (EDA) to enable users to get track ids in Twitch chat. In other words, audiences in a Twitch music stream could type in “!trackid” and a bot would answer something like, “I recognized Sandstorm by Darude about 2 minutes ago.” The solution implemented didn’t require the DJ to take any action or install any software.
Here you can see the bot in action. The user bweagle enters “!trackid” and Nightbot responds with the song details (on loop):
As described in this blog, I recently created an event-driven system to enable a chat interface to recognize songs being broadcast on a Twitch stream. In this blog, I’m going to go into the details of how I implemented it, so you can do the same.
I had some functional and non-functional requirements for this project. These requirements definitely weren’t formal, but describing them gives background on why I made some of the choices I made.
I describe this in the previous blog, but to summarize, I wanted to create “!trackid” functionality in a Twitch chat. “!trackid” is what a…
I currently mod for 3 broadcasters and have only been doing it a few weeks. In that time I’ve already learned a lot and thought I’d share. This blog is about what you can do to enhance the chat experience for your channel’s viewers. As a long time and active viewer of music on Twitch, I’m passionate about the experience created for viewers.
Since I am new to this, please let me know if there are better ways to do things that I layout here.
Here are 5 goals that I assume you have with your Twitch channel.
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