Jul 8, 2010

What is RSS?

Ever visit a favorite site but not yet in the up-date or not there is also an article / news flash, this is the most boring.

Solution is to use the RSS according to wikipedia;

RSS is an XML format for syndication file that has been used (and most of them) news websites and weblogs. This abbreviation usually leads to some
* Rich Site Summary (RSS 0.91)
* RDF Site Summary (RSS 0.9 and 1.0)
* Really Simple Syndication (RSS 2.0)

The technology was built with the RSS allows you to subscribe to a web site that provides the feed (feeds) RSS, usually a web site whose contents are always replaced at regular intervals. To take advantage of this technology we need the collector service. Collectors can be conceived as a personal mailbox. We can then apply to sites that want us to know the changes. However, unlike a newspaper or magazine subscriptions, subscribe to RSS unnecessary costs, for free. But, we usually only get one line or an introductory address from the contents of the following sites related to reading the full contents of the article.

So we know what's new to the site that often we visit the site without typing the url into the address bar.


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