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Darko Milosevic
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May 4, 2020 ⋅ 12 min read

Make your own online radio server in pure Node.js

Darko Milosevic I'm a JavaScript developer who loves exploring, coding, and blogging — but only because it's fun.

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6 Replies to "Make your own online radio server in pure Node.js"

  1. Pretty cool.
    How many simultaneous listeners do you think this can support, given a basic digitalocean droplet of 1 core CPU ?

  2. Thank you!
    It is hard to say without doing the benchmarks. I didn’t plan on using this for some serious project/service, so I didn’t measure the performances. But in theory it should be able to support quite a lot.

  3. The audio itself doesn’t play for me, could it be CORS ? I tried locally and on a server both get 200 from /stream but the audio never actually comes. I hope someone can shed some light

    1. After heavy debugging and rewriting most of the queue class I realised my files were also m4a type converted to mp3 so that may have been my issue all along, in any case it works now. Thank you !

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