streamBro is a project codename for dynamic remote controlled web-based overlays.
I was inspired to create the streamBro after streaming myself playing games on Twitch. There were some simple tools I would have liked to use which other overlay platforms (like Streamlabs) did not offer.
Realizing the need for basic overlay tools, and an asynchronous multi-platform system to remotely control them, I began developing the streamBro.
This application also features integration using the Twitch API. On first run the user will have the option of authorizing streamBro to access their Twitch account.
Watch a Demonstration of The Counter
Watch a Live Demonstration of the Goal Tracker
Tools Currently Featured and Still Under Development
A simple counting display. One click or tap of the green button will add one to the count. The label and style of the counter display are customizable.
Based off The Counter; another simple counting display. A click or tap of the green button will add one to the count. The label and target goal are both customizable. Functionality to change the plug-ins display as well as a graphical representation of the goal will be added in a future build.
A random selection application with support for up to 16 custom options. Once the custom options have been set click or tap the yellow button to begin the roll. Click or tap the green button to choose a winner at random, the roll will animate and then end on the winning selection. The red button will stop (abort) a roll or reset the application to roll again. Functionality to change the plug-ins display will be added in a future build.
If the application user has linked their Twitch account to the streamBro installation they will be able to use this tool to view or change their stream title and the title of the game they are playing on Twitch at any time. The tool first stores the information in a database on the server, once stored the user can send the information from the database to Twitch for updating. This tool does not have a display element.
If the application user has linked their Twitch account to the streamBro installation they will be able to use this tool to display new followers and subscribers in an HTML overlay. The display of the message is customizable. Future updates to this tool will allow different styles for a new follow or a new subscription, and the ability to edit or remove the messages before and after the name of the new follower/subscriber.