Hey guys, first of all: I am trying my best with coding but stuff won’t work.
I am working on a streaming website, kinda creating a small streaming community.
I got so far to embed the livestreams/streams to the website and now I am stuck with the VOD:
I kinda looked into the live code of the twitch site and I guess that there is no way around using the API to get the last X VOD. In my mind i would like to have the last 3 VOD in a row and some sort of description.
Description | VOD1 | VOD2 | VOD3
Now the million dollar question:
Can I grab the latest vod’s WITHOUT using the API and get a code into my html/css/js?
For example: I used following code to show the preview you get when you are looking for a streamer; it shows in intervalls (dont know exactly which ones) the video that is been streamed (does not work on offline streams) but it is a fun little gimmick:
div data-a-target=“search-result-live-channel” class=“search-result-card tw-flex”>
a class=“tw-link tw-link–inherit” href=“https://www.twitch.tv/USERNAME”>
div class=“search-result-card__img-wrapper tw-overflow-hidden tw-relative”>
img class=“search-result-card__img tw-image” src=“https://static-cdn.jtvnw.net/previews-ttv/live_user_USERNAME-214x120.jpg”>
Is there a possibility to use such thing without the API for the latest 2,3 or 4 (X) VOD’S