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A Simple Silverlight RSS Reader
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
Really Simple RSS (Yeah, I know)
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.