Web Application Performance Management (APM) : New Relic. Youtube Playlist Rss Feed Creator. The YouTube API provides a number of RSS feeds for various aspects of the YouTube community such as, Top Rated videos and Most Favourited video, plus some peronsal feeds for such things as 'your uploaded videos', but nowhere is there a working tool that provides individual playlist RSS feeds based on a single parameter.
Well, now there is. All you need to use this tool is the ID of the playlist, which is normally the charaters the 'p=' in the URL of a playlist video. This unique ID can provide you with all of the video information from that playlist. Use the form below to generate an RSS feed and video template so you can put the playlist on your own website. Or use the RSS with such applications as TVersity and stream the playlist directly to your computer, or even through your Xbox or PS3! Your playlists, or a link to your feed will appear here. Free Open Source Certificates for Developers.
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AVG Online Web Page Scanner – lets you check the safety of individual web pages you are about to visit. BrightCloud – Content, reputation and threat analysis on URL or IP. More software downloads. Parsing HTML to find Links < PHP. From blogging to log analysis and search engine optimisation (SEO) people are looking for scripts that can parse web pages and RSS feeds from other websites - to see where their traffic is coming from among other things.
Parsing your own HTML should be no problem - assuming that you use consistent formatting - but once you set your sights at parsing other people's HTML the frustration really sets in. This page presents some regular expressions and a commentary that will hopefully point you in the right direction. 1. Simplest Case Let's start with the simplest case - a well formatted link with no extra attributes: Drag and drop font testing.