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Hacking RSS and Atom

2006-02-22T01:43:21-00:00

(09 September 2005)

Now you can satisfy your appetite for information This book is not about the minutia of RSS and Atom programming. It's about doing cool stuff with syndication feeds making the technology give you exactly what you want the way you want. It's about building a feed aggregator and routing feeds to your e-mail or iPod, producing and hosting feeds, filtering, sifting, and blending them, and much more. Tan-talizing loose ends beg you to create more hacks the author hasn't thought up yet. Because if you can't have fun with the technology, what's the point? A sampler platter of things you'll learn to do Build a simple feed aggregator Add feeds to your buddy list Tune into rich media feeds with BitTorrent Monitor system logs and events with feeds Scrape feeds from old-fashioned Web sites Reroute mailing lists into your aggregator Distill popular links from blogs Republish feed headlines on your Web site Extend feeds using calendar events and microformats Now you can satisfy your appetite for information This book is not about the minutia of RSS and Atom programming. It's about doing cool stuff with syndication feeds-making the technology give you exactly what you want the way you want. It's about building a feed aggregator and routing feeds to your e-mail or iPod, producing and hosting feeds, filtering, sifting, and blending them, and much more. Tan-talizing loose ends beg you to create more hacks the author hasn't thought up yet. Because if you can't have fun with the technology, what's the point? A sampler platter of things you'll learn to do Build a simple feed aggregator Add feeds to your buddy list Tune into rich media feeds with BitTorrent Monitor system logs and events with feeds Scrape feeds from old-fashioned Web sites Reroute mailing lists into your aggregator Distill popular links from blogs Republish feed headlines on your Web site Extend feeds using calendar events and microformats
Leslie Orchard



Beginning RSS and Atom Programming

2006-02-22T01:42:02-00:00

(25 April 2005)

RSS and Atom are specifications that give users the power to subscribe to information they want to receive and give content developers tools to provide continuous subscriptions to willing recipients in a spam-free setting. RSS and Atom are the technical power behind the growing millions of blogs on the Web. Blogs change the Web from a set of static pages or sites requiring programming expertise to update to an ever changing, constantly updated landscape that anyone can contribute to. RSS and Atom syndication provides users an easy way to track new information on as many Web sites as they want. This book offers you insight to understanding the issues facing the user community so you can meet users' needs by writing software and Web sites using RSS and Atom feeds.

Beginning with an introduction to all the current and coming versions of RSS and Atom, you'll go step by step through the process of producing, aggregating, and storing information feeds. When you're finished, you'll be able to produce client software and Web sites that create, manipulate, aggregate, and display information feeds effectively.

"This book is full of practical advice and tips for consuming, producing, and manipulating information feeds. I only wish I had a book like this when I started writing RSS Bandit." - Dare Obasanjo, RSS Bandit creator: http://www.rssbandit.org/ RSS, RDF, Atom, and Dublin Core are all types of information-feed specifications that deliver Web content to aggregators for other sites to index and help feed-reader applications track frequent site posts Google tracks 1.4 million RSS feeds, and there are approximately 250,000 additional feeds powered by Atom, a newer protocol Features numerous hands-on ""hacks"" that help developers make the most of the information feed protocols
Danny Ayers, Andrew Watt