MusicX is a music player app made using Jetpack Compose and follows Material 3 guidelines.
You can Install and test latest MusicX app from below
- Clone the repository on your machine.
- Create project in Firebase, enable firestore, set rules to public and download google-services.json and paste in the app folder.
- Add all your songs in Firestore.
- Add your AudD api key and base url in Secrets.kt
const val API_KEY = "" //add your AudD api key here const val BASE_URL = "" //add your AudD base url here
- I have create a sample music list which i uploaded on Firebase, you can use it , all you need to do is to download the mp3 and upload it on any cloud storage and add the url in the objects in MusicList.kt
Music( id = UUID.randomUUID().toString(), title = "Rap God", artists = listOf("Eminem"), imageUrl = "https://i.scdn.co/image/ab67616d00004851643e6ecebab400d52574e4b2", musicUrl = "", // add the url here duration = 363000L ),
It uses Firebase as its backend and also used AudD api to get lyrics of songs.
- Fully functional.
- Clean and Simple Material 3 UI built using Jetpack Compose.
- It supports dark theme too
- Home Screen - Shows a list of all songs available.
- Music Player Screen - Music Player screen with music controls.
- Playlist Screen - Screen showing the current playlist/play queue.
Insights into the app
- MusicX uses Firebase to fetch all songs.
- MusicX uses AudD api to get lyrics of songs.
- MusicX is built fllowing Material 3 Guidelines.
- MusicX is built using Jetpack Compose.
- MusicX is made using Kotlin and following Modern Android Development practices.
- MusicX uses all Jetpack libraries and follows MVVM architecture. It also has a G.O.A.T rating in Android's M.A.D scorecard.
- MusicX's code follows all the best practices and software development principles which make it a very good learning resource for beginners.
- Kotlin - First class and official programming language for Android development.
- Jetpack Compose - Jetpack Compose is Android’s modern toolkit for building native UI.
- Material 3 - Material Design 3, Google’s most expressive and adaptable design system
- Coroutines - For asynchronous and more..
- Flow - A cold asynchronous data stream that sequentially emits values and completes normally or with an exception.
- StateFlow - StateFlow is a state-holder observable flow that emits the current and new state updates to its collectors.
- SharedFlow - A SharedFlow is a highly-configurable generalization of StateFlow.
- Android Architecture Components - Collection of libraries that help you design robust, testable, and maintainable apps.
- Exoplayer - Exoplayer library is used to play media in Android.
- Dependency Injection -
- Firebase Firestore - A NoSQL database to store all data
- Firebase Storage - A Cloud storage.
- AudD Api - Api to fetch lyrics of songs
- Retrofit - An Http Client for android.
- Timber - A simple logging library for android.
- GSON Converter - A Converter which uses Moshi for serialization to and from JSON.
- Coil - An image loading library for Android backed by Kotlin Coroutines.
- Material Components for Android - Modular and customizable Material Design UI components for Android.
dev.vaibhav.musicX # Root Package . ├── data # For data handling. | ├── local # Room DB and its related classes | ├── remote # Firebase, AudD and their relative classes │ ├── model # Model data classes and mapper classes, both remote and local entities │ └── repo # Single source of data. | ├── di # Dependency Injection │ └── module # DI Modules | ├──exoplayer # Exoplayer related files etc. | ├── ui # UI/View layer | ├── components # Common Composaled required. | ├── screens # All Screens in app. │ ├── theme # App theme related files. │ ├── usecases # Use-cases for features. | ├── utils # Utility classes for UI. | └── utils # Utility Classes / Kotlin extensions
This app uses MVVM (Model View View-Model) architecture.
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