Self updating rss feed with xml
So here is how it works: Finally I found what I was looking for. It's a really great help in feeding my numerous blogs with fresh content.I used to create niche blogs and had to use different "ersatz" ways to find fresh content to fill in.
Then, the website author uses this XML file to add an RSS feed to web pages on the site.And, as a side question, it is not necessary to request the whole XML at every pull to see if the content has changed : using a standard that is not linked to RSS, but global to the whole HTTP protocol (etag and last-modified headers), you can know if the RSS page was modified after a given date, and grab the whole XML only if modified.I'm trying to test a service that consumes RSS feeds and turns them into push notifications, and it would be nice if there was a very regularly updated publicly available RSS feed I could point it at.If you’d rather read your RSS feeds in an app, explore the different free Windows RSS feed readers and news aggregators. Feedly is a cloud-based RSS reader that is available on a variety of platforms. Feedly runs under i OS, Windows 8, and Android making it easy to access a Feedly account from an i Phone, i Pad, Windows Phone, or Android device.