JukeX is a multi-user web Jukebox application implemented in Java. Key features include a configurable pipeline for track selection, SQL-like query language, customisable track attributes, and broadcast via [Ice|Shout]cast.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows|
Release Notes: The screen real estate in the left frame/sidebar tab is more effectively used. Minor issues with some track sources were fixed. The behaviour of the browse page was modified: the last search expression is no longer stored once a browse letter has been selected. Configuration interfaces for some of the track sources was added. A number of bugs in the interface that were introduced in the last release were fixed. These were mainly due to the separation of the user and administrative functionality into seperate servlets.
Release Notes: Track attribute names have been internationalized, the left UI frame was split into two parts to resolve the "search phrase is lost on refresh" issue, and a link for adding a Mozilla/Netscape sidebar was added. The documentation and error reporting during building and track import was improved, and a FAQ was added.
Release Notes: A number of usability improvements have been made to various areas of the user interface. Various improvements have been made to the installation procedure. MP3 importer has been modified to enable recursive importing of subdirectories. Minor bugfixes were also made.
No changes have been submitted for this release.