RSS.PY - parser and the serializer in Python
This library provides tools for working with RSS feeds as datastructures. The core is an RSS parser capable of understanding most RSS formats, and a serializer that produces RSS1.0. The RSS channel itself can be represented as any arbitrary data structure; two such structures are provided both as examples and to service common usage. This approach allows channels to be manipulated and stored ina fashion that suits both their semantics and the applications that access them.
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TPGoogleReaderTPGoogleReader is a Google Chromeâ„¢ extension for Google Readerâ„¢. It makes working with feeds (both reading and subscribing) easier and more enjoyable. DownloadPlease download the extension from the Web Store: TPGoogleReader. Key featuresSupport for all feeds supported by Google Reader, including RSS feeds and Atom feeds. For list of all features, see Features. Reading feedsThe extension shows the number of unread items in Google Reader. If you switch to auto-opening mode (check
Simplepie is an easy to use API that handles all of the dirty work when it comes to fetching, caching, parsing, normalizing data structures between RSS and Atom formats, handling character encoding translation, and sanitizing the resulting data.
About FeedFlowDonations: via PayPal || Extra links: Sign Up on LoL for free. FeedFlow is a lightweight sidebar gadget. It will not use much of system resources whilst allowing you to read RSS and Atom feeds easily. It has many features that you would like to use, such as: You can hide the feed items you have read. You can filter the parts of your feeds separately, you can prevent seeing particular items by their title or by their content. (using regular expression) You can resize the gadget dyna
Feed-reader-lib - Fast, thread-safe, extensible & platform independent feed reader library in C+
Overview:FeedReader is a C++ library designed to retrieve and parse web feeds such as RSS, ATOM and RDF. Features:FeedReader was designed to scale: it is fast, thread-safe, extensible and platform-independent. In FeedReader, all feeds are transformed via XSL to a uniform schema before being parsed. This means that in order to extend FeedReader to support a new feed format, all that is needed is a new XSL file. The library comes with XSL files supporting for the following feed formats: RSS 1.0 RS
This module provides a basic framework for creating and maintaining RDF Site Summary (RSS) files. This distribution also contains many examples that allow you to generate HTML from an RSS, convert between 0.9, 0.91, and 1.0 version, and other nifty things.
RSS.NET is an open-source .NET class library for RSS feeds. It provides a reusable object model for parsing and writing RSS feeds. It is fully compatible with RSS versions 0.90, 0.91, 0.92, and 2.0.1, implementing all constructs.
Applications that collect data from RSS-compliant sites are called RSS readers or "aggregators." RSSOwl is such an application. RSSOwl lets you gather, organize, update, and store information from any compliant source in a convenient, easy to use interface, save selected information in various formats for offline viewing and sharing, and much more. It's easy to configure and the best of all: It's platform-independent.
What is feed-buster?Media injectionService APIURL-builder formAcknowledgmentsFeedback What is feed-buster?In short, Feed-buster is a service that enables better RSS/ATOM feed media importing into FriendFeed. Here is the result of using Feed-buster when importing feeds into FriendFeed: Feed-buster is actually a collection of AppEngine services for remixing RSS and ATOM feeds. Currently, the only service is MediaInjection which injects media enclosure links into feed posts based on media present i
ÐžÐ¿Ð¸Ñ�Ð°Ð½Ð¸Ðµ Ð½Ð° Ñ€ÑƒÑ�Ñ�ÐºÐ¾Ð¼ What is YourOwnNewsMaker? YourOwnNewsMaker is a simple application was written on Qt4/C++ licensed on GPLv3. It allows you to grab rss and atom feeds and just simple web-pages and covert them to pdf or fb2 files. You can get it from here current version is build for Windows and Linux(src, rpm Ð¸ deb packages). Current version 1.3. Why do I need this application? If you want to reed news offline using your e-book reader or just from the paper or if you want to
OverviewThis project is for a web service, a FeedFlare, that enhances a blog feed by adding the blog labels to the bottom of the post when the post is displayed in a feed reader such as Google Reader or Bloglines. If you have a blog feed, you can use this service through Feedburner's FeedFlare system. Written by Amar Zumkhawala. http://blog.zumkhawala.com Here's an example of what your blog will look like in Google Reader if you use this Feedflare: Your blogging software must add the labels them