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awesome-smart-tv - :zap:A curated list of awesome resources for building Smart TV apps

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Smart TV is a growing platform of TVs having access to internet and allowing to serf web-sites and install applications. It has own ecosystem with main players like Samsung, LG, Android TV and Apple TV. In this list you will find official and third-party resources for developing Smart TV apps and communicating with TV from remote devices.Below are the most popular platforms for Smart TV. The full list is here.

nodecast - Node interface to DIAL/RAMP/ChromeCast

  •    Javascript

This library fully supports any device that uses the DIAL discovery protocol. Support for custom device functionality is supported in some cases (See Custom Devices section below). This library has been tested with ChromeCast, Roku, and a Panasonic Viera TV. Any device that lets you send YouTube videos to it will have the DIAL protocol. Returns an EventEmitter that emits all devices on the network. Optional filter to match only certain devices.




samsung-remote - Module for integration of Samsung SmartTV with your NodeJS application

  •    Javascript

Module for integration of Samsung SmartTV with your NodeJS application. Tested with Samsung D6000 TV. The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

lrud - Left, Right, Up, Down

  •    Javascript

Left, Right, Up, Down. A spatial navigation library for devices with input via directional controls


qmlcore - QML to Javascript/HTML5 translator, both for mobile and desktop targets

  •    QML

QmlCore is a simple set of tools we (a small team of QML advocates) use since years to simplify the development of HTML5 UIs for both mobile and desktop devices. It was designed with the original QML in mind, while it's not 100% compatible and improved in some aspects. The main concepts are the same though, so if you're familiar with original QML, you could start right away. QmlCore provides a toolchain written in Python using python-future, allowing it to be run on top of both python versions. Normally you don't need to use them directly. build provides a convenient wrapper around them all.