PacktLib: RSS and Atom: Understanding and Implementing Content Feeds and Syndication

RSS and Atom Understanding and Implementing Content Feeds and Syndication

Credits

About the Author

Foreword

Introduction

What are Newsfeeds?

Scenario 1: Weblogs

Scenario 2: Publishing of Metadata

Scenario 3: Aggregating and Archiving of Newsfeeds

Scenario 4: Asynchronous Broadcasting

Content and Metadata

When Do We Talk about Syndication?

1.1 Applications

1.2 Feed-Based Services

1.3 RSS Requirements

1.4 Semantics: The RSS Model

1.5 Syntax: RSS as an XML Format

1.6 Feed Formats and other XML Formats

1.7 The Versions of RSS and Atom: Their Evolution and the Future

Really Simple Syndication: RSS 2.0 and Its Predecessors

2.1 Overview

2.2 The RSS 2.0 Vocabulary

2.3 RSS 2.0 Elements for Rich Metadata

2.4 Adding Multimedia Data with enclosure

2.5 The Predecessors of RSS 2.0

2.6 Extension Modules

2.7 Aggregation of Feeds and OPML

RSS for the Semantic Web: RSS 1.0 and RSS 1.1

Modularization

Use of the Resource Description Format

3.1 RDF Basics

3.2 The Basic Structure of an RSS 1.0 Document

3.3 The Core Vocabulary of RSS 1.0

3.4 Modules for Metadata

3.5 RSS 1.0 Modules

3.6 RSS 1.1

Atom

4.1 Overview

4.2 The Structure of an Atom Feed

4.3 Extensibility

4.4 Publishing with the Atom Publishing Protocol

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