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A Simple Silverlight RSS Reader

This article shows how to create a simple RSS Reader in silverlight. This is a beginner article showing basic Templating, Binding and such basic concepts in Silverlight.
2010-05-26 07:21:00   Source: A Simple Silverlight RSS Reader   Tags: Examples Silverlight

Syndicating and Consuming RSS 1.0 (RDF) Feeds in ASP.NET 3.5

Until recently, there was no built-in support for creating or consuming syndication feeds in the.NET Framework. That changed with the release of the.NET Framework version 3.5, which included a new namespace: System.ServiceModel.Syndication.

This new namespace includes a handful of classes for working with syndication feeds. As aforementioned, syndication feeds are XML files, and for the syndication feed to be of any use it must conform to one of the popular syndication feed standards. The two most popular syndication feed standards are RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0, and these are the standards supported by the classes in the codeSystem.ServiceModel.Syndication namespace. But there is a third format that, while not as popular as RSS 2.0 or Atom 1.0, is still used. That standard is RSS 1.0./?p

The good news is that with a little bit of work we can create a class that works with the RSS 1.0 standard and have this class used by the syndication feed-related classes in the.NET Framework 3.5 can be. This article introduces a free library, skmFeedFormatters, which you can use in an ASP.NET 3.5 application to create and consume RSS 1.0 feeds.

RSS Feed Link Reader

Constructing a simple application that may be used to view RSS feeds from the desktop
2008-02-29 08:56:00   Source: RSS Feed Link Reader   Tags: Examples

Really Simple RSS (Yeah, I know)

An easy way to publish your own news feed in ASP.NET
2007-10-05 16:29:00   Source: Really Simple RSS (Yeah, I know)   Tags: ASP.NET

Building a User Control that Displays RSS Feeds Using a DataList and an XmlDataSource Control

In this article we will see just how easy it is to display XML data in an ASP.NET 2.0 page. In particular, we will build a User Control that will display the contents of an RSS feed. Once created, this User Control can be dragged onto the Design surface of any ASP.NET page in your project and configured to display the contents of a particular RSS feed by simply setting the control's Url property to the URL of the RSS feed.

Windows Application RSS reader via Threads

In this article you will learn how to create an Asynchronous RSS reader windows application ( via Thread).
2007-04-07 18:47:00   Source: Windows Application RSS reader via Threads   Tags: Internet

Data Points: RSS Feeds on a Smartphone

John Papa builds a Windows Mobile 5.0 application that reads RSS feeds and loads them into an ADO.NET DataSet.
2006-11-14 19:00:00   Source: Data Points: RSS Feeds on a Smartphone   Tags: Mobile Examples

Creating HTTP Handler Factory for serving RSS and ATOM feeds

ASP.NET has its own set of file extensions such as .aspx, .ascx and .asmx. What if you want to create resources that have custom extensions? Http handlers allow you do just that. In this article we will create two custom extensions - .rss and .atom - that will be handled by two HTTP handlers. To simplify the configuration we will further create HTTP handler factory that decides which handler to invoke.

Creating an RSS Aggregator User Control in ASP.NET

This article demonstrates how to easily create an RSS feed aggregator an incorporate it into an ASP.NET application.
2006-03-02 14:48:00   Source: Creating an RSS Aggregator User Control in ASP.NET   Tags: Examples ASP.NET

RSS and Atom: Understanding and Implementing Content Feeds and Syndication

RSS and Atom are the most widely used of many content syndication formats that have developed over the last few years to address the need to distribute and receive streams of content from websites and applications. Sites syndicate content for a broad variety of reasons, from replacing email as a medium for outbound contact to updating satellite sites. Each format has evolved to meet the changing needs of its driving community. All the common formats use a specific XML vocabulary to structure a stream of content in an easily consumable format.
2006-01-04 08:09:01   Source: RSS and Atom: Understanding and Implementing Content...   Tags: Internet XML