Recently I had a chance to build a Spotify App. I had a great time and learned a lot. I just wish they had some code for their patterns they ask for and I am sure you feel the same way. For an example in the UI guidelines they talk about using a "standardized track listings", but don't really tell you how to do it. So I decided to create my own pattern library for Spotify Apps. I may be off on color, sizes, etc, but I am only going off of what they currently have. Remember this is only a starting point.
Each tab on the left will guide you to the appropriate examples. Oh yeah, you can also live edit if you would like.
I have started a discussion on community.spotify.com.
No, I remembered that I could just take it from the app itself. I am not going to provide those files as I am sure they will update when the app does, but I will show you how to get them.
These instructions are only for iOS users.
As of now you can. I have put it up on GitHub.
First, I have to explain that Spotify Apps only use the webkit rendering engine. So why the Firefox prefix? I perfer to do most of my development in Firefox, that's why.
Of course it is. You can never know a browser's width, let alone the width of you Spotify app.
7 hours 32 minutes.
I contact you? Of course, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
you take it down? Sure. I did't mean to cause any harm. Please don't sue me.