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N110_SMercier.pdf. REST API v1.1 Resources. RSS Feeds Directory for Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and More. You can use this feeds directory to determine the RSS feeds of any of your favorite online service be it Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or something else.

RSS Feeds Directory for Facebook, YouTube, Pinterest and More

If you are old school like me and still prefer consuming online content through RSS feeds, this directory is for you. Most of the popular online apps and services – including the likes of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, offer RSS feeds but the problem is that you have to be a near geek in order to discover any of these feeds. Hence, I compiled this directory that will probably help you find XML feeds for your favorite online services without digging into the complex APIs. 1. Get the most recently uploaded videos of any YouTube user [example] 2. Replace “relevance” by either “published” or “viewCount” to order search results by the upload date or view count of videos respectively. 1.

To get the ID of any Facebook Page, go to and replace Digital Inspiration in the URL with the username of any Facebook Page. Outils veille Trouver les flus RSS des résultats de recherche sur Twitter. Il y a déjà plusieurs semaines, Twitter a modifié les pages de ses résultats de recherche et a supprimé les liens pointant vers le RSS des résultats de recherche.

Outils veille Trouver les flus RSS des résultats de recherche sur Twitter

Probablement afin de limiter les appels à son infrastructure par les logiciels qui n’utilisent pas ses API et qui donc peuvent impacter le bon fonctionnement de son infrastructure. Quoiqu’il en soit, les URLs de ces RSS ne se sont pas totalement volatilisés dans le néant. Les URLs sont toujours fonctionnelles mais il vous faudra en connaître la structure qu’il vous suffira alors d’ajouter à votre lecteur RSS, ou à votre logiciel de veille. Créer le flux rss d’un compte Twitter. Construction d'un fil RSS 1.0. Pas à pas, comment construire un fil RSS au format RDF Site Summary 1.0.

Construction d'un fil RSS 1.0

Cet article fait suite à l'Introduction à RSS et reprend en particulier son exemple de fil RSS des publications d'OpenWeb. La spécification RSS 1.0, datée de décembre 2000, a été créée par un groupe de travail indépendant. Selon cette spécification, RSS 1.0 est un format de syndication et de description de métadonnées léger, universel et extensible. Il se base intégralement sur la spécification RDF du W3C, en adoptant une structure modulaire basée sur les espaces de noms XML.

Surveiller l'actualité vidéo avec les flux RSS cachés de Voxalead. 4 Great Ways to Convert Partial RSS Feed To Full RSS Feed. How many of you are pissed off by a partial RSS feed?

4 Great Ways to Convert Partial RSS Feed To Full RSS Feed

I am not sure about you, but i sure do. In case you are still not aware, most, if not all, the blogs in the whole Internet provide a RSS feed that you can subscribe in a feed reader. Some of these blogs provide a partial feed that shows only the headline and a small excerpt. To read the full content, you will have to visit the actual site. From the reader’s point of view, this is a bad user experience and does not aid in productivity. So, what solutions do we have? 1. If you are using Google Reader as your primary feed reader, then Super Google Reader is one extension that you need to install. After the installation, you will find 3 new buttons (Readable, Link, Feed) on top of each feed.

Super Google Reader can be set on a per-feed or per-folder basis. 2. Unlike Super Google Reader, you don’t have to install any extension to use Full Text Rss Feed and it works in every browser. Keyvan Minoukadeh. Full-Text RSS 3.0 is now available. What is it? Full-Text RSS is a free software PHP application to help you extract content from web pages. It can extract content from a standard HTML page and return a 1-item feed or it can transform an existing feed into a full-text feed. It’s used primarily by news enthusiasts and developers. It’s used by news enthusiasts who dislike partial web feeds – feeds which require them to read the full story on a different site, rather than their preferred application. It’s used by developers building applications which need an article extraction component.

Demo Try it out – enter a URL in the form and hit ‘Create Feed’. What’s new in 3.0 Extraction Multi-page support Many web sites now split their articles into a number of pages. Multi-page support currently works by specifying a next_page_link in the site config file associated with the website you are extracting from. Examples: next_page_link: //a[@id='next-page'] next_page_link: //a[contains(text(), 'Next page')]