Release -  Travel Channel Addon
#1
New Kodi Addon for Travel Channel

Available in the kodi.org repo.

Note that a couple of the menu choices like "Tripoholics" return a HTTP 404 error. This is because the website is either missing or updating pages.
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#2
Prolific!
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#3
(2015-03-26, 02:55)Lunatixz Wrote: Prolific!

More like stuck on a Biz trip waiting for someone else to get their work done - so lots of time to kill.
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#4
Thank you for the Add On Rofl
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#5
Thanks @learningit
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The official Kodi version does not contain any content what so ever. This means that you should provide your own content from a local or remote storage location, DVD, Blu-Ray or any other media carrier that you own. Additionally Kodi allows you to install third-party plugins that may provide access to content that is freely available on the official content provider website. The watching or listening of illegal or pirated content which would otherwise need to be paid for is not endorsed or approved by Team Kodi.
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#6
THANKS Smile
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#7
I recently installed this add-on, and Kodi (14.2) freezes when I try to run it. I have to alt-tab to windows (win 7, 64-bit) to close it and restart.. The kodi log only shows this:

22:50:26 T:2508 ERROR: XFILE::CDirectory::GetDirectory - Error getting plugin://plugin.video.travel/
22:50:26 T:2508 ERROR: CGUIMediaWindow::GetDirectory(plugin://plugin.video.travel/) failed
22:50:26 T:2604 NOTICE: Thread BackgroundLoader start, auto delete: false
22:50:33 T:2920 NOTICE: Thread FileCache start, auto delete: false

Thanks!
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#8
(2015-04-20, 04:54)jbeige Wrote: I recently installed this add-on, and Kodi (14.2) freezes when I try to run it. I have to alt-tab to windows (win 7, 64-bit) to close it and restart.. The kodi log only shows this:
Small website change, version 1.0.2 in github fixes this:
https://github.com/learningit/plugin.video.travel

If it works for folks, I'll update the kodi.org repo
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#9
(2015-04-20, 05:23)learningit Wrote:
(2015-04-20, 04:54)jbeige Wrote: I recently installed this add-on, and Kodi (14.2) freezes when I try to run it. I have to alt-tab to windows (win 7, 64-bit) to close it and restart.. The kodi log only shows this:
Small website change, version 1.0.2 in github fixes this:
https://github.com/learningit/plugin.video.travel

If it works for folks, I'll update the kodi.org repo

Kind of a newbie question.. But how do I install it from there? I'm pretty tech savvy, but all my add-ons have come from repos..
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#10
(2015-04-20, 05:25)jbeige Wrote: Kind of a newbie question.. But how do I install it from there? I'm pretty tech savvy, but all my add one have come from repos..

Have a look here:
Add-on_manager#How_to_install_from_a_ZIP_file (wiki)
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#11
(2015-04-20, 05:30)learningit Wrote:
(2015-04-20, 05:25)jbeige Wrote: Kind of a newbie question.. But how do I install it from there? I'm pretty tech savvy, but all my add one have come from repos..

Have a look here:
Add-on_manager#How_to_install_from_a_ZIP_file (wiki)

Thanks! The update seems to work perfectly!! Much appreciated! Unbelievably fast response time!!
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#12
Thanks a lot for the add-on!
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#13
@learningit do you mind if I use your plugin for a baseline when I try to build my own to stream videos from another site? I've never written an add-on, and it's been quite some time since I've done any sort of coding at all.. haha..

Do you have any tips to doing this?
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(2015-04-21, 18:39)jbeige Wrote: @learningit do you mind if I use your plugin for a baseline when I try to build my own to stream videos from another site? I've never written an add-on, and it's been quite some time since I've done any sort of coding at all.. haha..

Do you have any tips to doing this?

Of course you can do whatever you want, that's what open source is all about. I learned the most from reading other developer's addons - divingmule, addonscriptorDE, bromix, bluecop - each have their own style and approach. The service.skin.widget script (I think Martijn was one of the original authors) is a really interesting example of the json api and using window properties to interface to a skin.

You may find the following documentation useful as well:
http://romanvm.github.io/xbmcstubs/docs/namespaces.html
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#15
Thanks! So do you spend a lot of time reading the source of the website (travel channel in this case) to dissect which urls you need to get to, or is that something that is easily accomplished through api calls?
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