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Displaying an RSS Feed using ASP
This tutorial will walk you through adding dynamic content from an RSS 2.0 data feed. RSS is a XML format for syndicating news content, web site updates, and blogs. Learn how to add this content to your web site with ASP.
Type: RSS #Views: 268 Category: Article
Using PHP and MagpieRSS to present Dynamic News Feeds
Stay tuned to the latest in Web development, design and programming with breaking RSS news feeds. Brought to you courtesy of the PHP server-side scripting language, the MagpieRSS feed engine and me. News sources are from PHP.net, ONLamp and Moreover.
Type: RSS #Views: 493 Category: Article
Add RSS feeds to your Web site with Perl XML::RSS
Take advantage of the XML::RSS CPAN package, which is specifically designed to read and parse RSS feeds.
Type: RSS #Views: 726 Category: Article
RSS gets down to business
Primarily the province of bloggers, RSS is moving into the business realm, with the release this week of a new application for sharing calendar data over the Internet. Developer John Pacchetti released a trial version of RSSCalendar late last month, and the free application has quickly become one of the first nonblogging successes for RSS (Really Simple Syndication), the standard behind Web logs and news aggregator feeds.
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What Are RSS Feeds?
RSS also known as rich site summary or real simply syndication, arrived on the scene a number of years ago, but was only recently embraced by webmasters as a means to effectively syndicate content. RSS Feeds provide webmasters and content providers an avenue to provide concise summaries to prospective readers. Thousands of commercial web sites and blogs now publish content summaries in an RSS feed. Each item in the feed typically contains a headline; article summary and link back to the online article.
Type: RSS #Views: 531 Category: Article
Company Plugs RSS as Alternate to E-Mail Marketing
MessageCast Inc. is developing technologies designed to help enterprises conduct legitimate marketing campaigns that differentiate themselves from spam in the eyes of both customers and spam filters. The company's LiveMessage message delivery technologies use alternatives to SMTP, the spam-prone protocol used by e-mail, to enable enterprises to contact prospective customers on an opt-in basis and with the sender fully authenticated.
Type: RSS #Views: 548 Category: Article
Fine-Tuning Your Filter for Online Information
On the World Wide Web, people can track political polemics, movie star malapropisms and financial fiascos. The trouble is, hopping from site to site in search of the latest Mel Gibson bon mot can waste hours. Now there's a tool that promises to automatically capture just the information you want, when you want, from the Web.
Type: RSS #Views: 513 Category: Article
Keep track of Web favorites
Keeping up with frequently changing Web sites can be as frustrating as trying to keep up with the Joneses. News headlines come and go, and new entries constantly get added to forums, blogs and diaries.
Type: RSS #Views: 485 Category: Article
Creating an Online RSS News Aggregator with ASP.NET
Learn about displaying XML data in an ASP.NET Web page using the XML Web control to retrieve remote XML data, and about using the Repeater control to emit XML data from a database. With the ever-increasing demands of data sharing among disparate platforms, the use of XML has exploded over the past few years. Realizing this trend, Microsoft made sure to include robust XML support throughout the .NET Framework. For ASP.NET developers, this means that displaying and working with XML data in a Web page has never been simpler. Throughout this article we'll learn about XML and ASP.NET by building an RSS 2.0 syndication engine and an online news aggregator
Type: RSS #Views: 700 Category: Article
Building an RSS feed
Those little orange XML icons are everywhere. What will people think if your site doesn't have one? Syndicate your content today with an RSS feed or be the target of jokes at your next party.
Type: RSS #Views: 608 Category: Article
Creating RSS feeds for your web site
Rss is a standard way to share your web site content with others. Rss stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is nothing but a standardized XML markup that describes the content you want to share. Since Rss is a widely accepted format immediately your content becomes ready to be consumed by others. Some examples of Rss feeds are www.asp.net, weblogs.asp.net and www.dotnetbips.com. Dotnetbips.com exposes the list of latest additions through Rss which may be used by other webmasters to put on their sites or directories.
Type: RSS #Views: 574 Category: Article
All About Blogs and RSS
Learn what is blogging all about?
Type: RSS #Views: 481 Category: Article
Consuming the MSDN RSS Feeds with the DataGrid and Xml Web Controls
The RSS (Really Simple Syndication) format, an open XML language used to syndicate content is quickly becoming a standard for publishers, content providers, and other organizations to disseminate information. Using the DataGrid and Xml Web Controls, your Web applications can start consuming RSS feeds easily.
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Consuming an RSS Feed with
In this article we will examine how to consume an RSS feed via an ASP.NET Web page. Specifically, we'll display the data from the ASPMessageboard.com RSS feed using a DataGrid...
Type: RSS #Views: 379 Category: Article
I like RSS, But I Have Reservations
Many people have noticed that the web is growing in total size (as measured in the total number of pages). Very few people have publicly noticed that the web is also growing in effective size, because people are reading more web pages.
Type: RSS #Views: 260 Category: Article
Building a Semantic Web Site
Even though the Semantic Web may yet seem a remote dream, there are already tools one can use to make a tiny step forward by building "semantic web sites," which can be much easier to navigate than ordinary sites. In this article, I will discuss how RSS 1.0 and its taxonomy module can be used as a central format to carry metadata collected in a classical news format, such as XMLNews-Story, to RDF or relational databases and XML Topic Maps. Readers should have basic familiarity with RSS and RDF, and a little topic maps knowledge would also help.
Type: RSS #Views: 268 Category: Article
Learn to Consume RSS Using DevX's New Content Feeds
Now it's easier than ever to find out what's new at DevX. This article will show you two simple ways of pulling links to new DevX content into your own sites using an XML standard called RSS . Get started with one of our feeds today, or use these techniques to pull in feeds from all over the Net.
Type: RSS #Views: 211 Category: Article
Public information blogs will grow web services
Not surprisingly, the State of Utah has a large amount of data and much of it is public. Some of the data that holds the most interest to people is already available on our web site for searching. For example, you can verify the validity of a professional license. My plan is to enable web services by ensuring that anytime we make data available we do it in a way that produces at least XML and that URIs work for all queries (yes, RESTian principals are at play here).
Type: RSS #Views: 283 Category: Article
Setting up my weblogs is complete
About two weeks ago, while working on one of my websites hosted by Site Build It!, I wanted to create a weblog for maintaining current information about telecommunications. While it is possible to create a weblog, of sorts, using Site Build It, it wasn't what I'd become accustomed to using Radio Userland or News Pro. I decided it was time to investigate the state of the art concerning RSS and syndication, and that led me to the newest version of Radio Userland and the replacement for News Pro, Coranto. Both are heavily invested in RSS and XML and it was time to do some updating and building of new infrastructure before I could make progress on my original goal.
Type: RSS #Views: 317 Category: Article
RSS 2.0 Framework
RSS 2.0 framework implements the RSS 2.0 specification in strongly typed classes. The framework enables you to create and consume valid RSS 2.0 feeds in your code in just a few minutes.
Type: RSS #Views: 474 Category: Article
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