This profile is a set of recommendations for how to create RSS documents that work best in the wide and diverse audience of client software that supports the format.
The definitions of the RSS elements in this profile are provided for convenience and contain elements and attributes defined in a namespace according to the Namespaces in XML specification. All elements in an RSS feed that are not defined in a namespace be described in the specification.
Users could subscribe to the syndicated feeds for free using a web browser.
Bloglines offered an application programming interface that maintainers of web sites could use to write software to read feeds, search its database of feed entries, and ping the service when a website was updated.
There are a few new non-Apple podcast players getting a lot of buzz, but I haven’t had a reason to switch yet. It’s still mostly technical podcasts but I’ve picked up a few maker and woodworking shows in there as well: Also thanks to episode #240 of The Changelog, I’m now using a feed reader again – Feedbin.announced that Bloglines would be shut down effective November 15, 2010. (Hypothetical question; no one actually ever asks me that…) Similar to what I’ve done in the past years, here’s a quick update.Is Dev Ops helping organizations reduce costs and time-to-market for software releases? Find out in this Information Week and Interop ITX infographic on the state of Dev Ops in 2017.Below are some helpful tips for when you find our site not running the way you expect it to.