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RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0
RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0
Sélection d'articles concernant les outils, services et usages liés aux formats de syndication RSS et Atom
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Google Feed API is closing! What to do next (Superfeedr’s thoughts)

Google Feed API is closing! What to do next (Superfeedr’s thoughts) | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it
The Google Feed API is going away for good. Superfeedr is a powerful Feed API which you should consider using if you’re looking for an alternative. Embedly, one of our customers, provides great embeds
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Adding Offline Support to a feed reader with Superfeedr's Service Workers

Feed readers are more useful when they work offline. Unfortunately, up until a couple months ago, the web’s technologies were not compatible with this requirement. Yet, the introduction of Service Workers is slowly changing this game and, at Superfeedr, we’re excited to see open web technologies catch up with capabilities of installable native apps.
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River.news by SuperFeedr

When we started investigating React, we were looking for a side project for which we could use both React and Superfeedr’s API. This had to be an RSS reader. One of the aspects of the modern web we’re really fond of is the ability to build rich application without an app server… only using static files.
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Superfeedr: Combining Feeds

Superfeedr: Combining Feeds | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it
RSS feeds are very powerful when it comes to aggregation and syndication. One of the main advantages of using a single format is that it becomes very simple to aggregate and combine several of them.
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Tracking Feeds with SuperFeedr

 We’re incredibly excited to introduce a new type of user on Superfeedr today: trackers.
As you probably know, publishers are applications, like Medium or Etsy, which decided to host their PubSubHubbub hub with Superfeedr.
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Superfeedr: wich RSS clients benefit our PubSubHubbub feeds

A couple weeks ago, we moved this static blog from github pages to Amazon S3. The move itself was uneventful, as both plaforms handle CNAME’s pretty well. However, S3 provides a feature that we needed: redirects.
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Superfeedr: Language Detection

Extracting more metadata about feeds and entries is one of our highest priorities. A couple months ago, we started surfacing a porn rank and a bozo rank to help you identify NSFW or broken feeds.
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Superfeedr: new design

Superfeedr: new design | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

Today’s an historic day: we are landing on a comet! It’s also a big day for Superfeedr: our new design is going live.

We’re very proud to release this new version of our main HTML applications: it’s the biggest change in years and we tried to answer all your needs and requests.

 

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Superfeedr is able to deliver RSS/Atom feed content via Server Sent Events

Superfeedr is able to deliver RSS/Atom feed content via Server Sent Events | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

Server Sent Events (also called EventSource) are clearly one of the unsung heros of the HTML5 specs for the realtime web. It’s a very simple and consice protocol to implement realtime applications which get data from the server. In practice, it’s a long-lived HTTP socket, which means that it goes thru firewall and proxies pretty well and does not require a lot of learning.

As of today, Superfeedr is able to deliver RSS/Atom feed content via Server Sent Events. This means that it’s trivial to include any feed into any HTML page, and to self update the page’s content when the feed is updated: no need for flash or proprietary javascript libraries!

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Medium acquires Superfeedr

Publishing on the web is changing drastically. Medium is one of these few companies which are building the future of publishing and reading. We're excited to join forces with them and continue building the open web in this new era!
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Subscribe and consume RSS Feeds In Your App with Superfeedr

Subscribe and consume RSS Feeds In Your App with Superfeedr | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it
The amount of content on the web is comparable to the amount of stars in space. A lot! And not just static content, but a lot of constantly changing content too
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Superfeedr: debugging broken RSS feeds

RSS feeds, like any other type of HTTP web resource have a life of their own and even if they may be behaving as expected at a given point, they are likely to break in the future.
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SuperFeedr: Consuming RSS feeds in Rails Application

Consuming RSS feeds in a web application is often complex and requires offline workers or queue systems which are yet another infrastructure to maintain.
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Superfeedr: how to implement PubSubHubbub

Superfeedr: how to implement PubSubHubbub | RSS Circus : veille stratégique, intelligence économique, curation, publication, Web 2.0 | Scoop.it

PubSubHubbub is a free, open and decentralized protocol. It relies on webhooks to push feed updates in real-time from publishers to subscribers (feed readers).

Most importantly, PubSubHubbub builds on existing infrastructure: implementing it won’t change or break your current polling infrastructure, and if for some reason something fails, you can still resort to polling (like you probably already do).

Milions of feeds are PubSubHubbub enabled. Let’s use this blog’s feed as an example. It works the same for any other feed.

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Superfeedr: New year, new hires

Happy new year! 2014 has been a fantastic year for Superfeedr with a lot of new customers consuming our feed APIs, a complete redesign, as well as a lot of great backend changes to help us scale further and further every month.
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Superfeedr : JSON Path subscriptions

A bunch of our customers use Superfeedr to poll JSON APIs. Rather than wasting their resources, they use us to subscribe to JSON documents using webhooks. When the document eventually updates, we push them the whole document.

 
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