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An introduction to RSS news feeds
By James Lewin - 2004-04-05 Page:  1 2 3 4 5 6

Resources

  • The RSS 1.0 Specification Proposal site contains general information such as background, motivation, and design goals as well as the working specification.

  • Netscape's RSS 0.91 is part of their Quick Start Guide to RSS and provides a step-by-step approach to creating your own My Netscape channel.

  • The W3C Recommendation for the RDF model and syntax specification is contained at Resource Description Framework.

  • Webreference has an online RSS Channel Editor that is a great way to get started making RSS files.

  • Moreover is an aggregator that features free news feeds from over 1,500 news sources.

  • Netscape originated the format as RSS 0.9. Their site features an overview of RSS 0.9 and has the recent specifications.

  • My Userland aggregates headlines from a variety of sources. It was one of the first sites to use RSS files.

  • Meerkat is an RSS-based syndicated content reader, as well as a source for news feeds.



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