About this Site
This site is a comprehensive rss reference detailing everything
you need to know about RSS.
RSS is defined as Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site
Summary. RSS files are formed as XML files and are designed
to provide content summaries of news, blogs, forums or website
Users select the rss feeds (content) they wish to subscribe.
The feeds are generally simple headlines and brief descriptions
if the user is interested they can click to see additional
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us to suggest any additional rss resources or rss categories.
Today's RSS Specification Blog Post
Aggregating Multiple GitHub Account RSS Feeds Into Single JSON API Feed
GitHub is the number one signal in my API world. The activity that occurs via GitHub is more important than anything I find across Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social channels. Commits to repositories and the other social activity that occurs around coding projects are infinitely more valuable, and telling, regarding what a company is up to than the deliberate social media signals blasted out via other channels. I’m always working to dial in my monitoring of GitHub using the GitHub API, but also via the RSS feeds that are present on the public side of the platform.
I feel RSS is often overlooked as an API data source, but I find that RSS is not only alive and well in 2018, it is something that is actively used on many platforms.