What is RSS feed


Really Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds are XML files which are provided by websites so you can view their contents on other website rather than browsing their site. Basically it’s an information sharing process having some specified
content format of text and related links.

Example:

I have a blog and you want to show the my Blog’s content on your website.
So what i have to do is to create a RSS of my blog content and give RSS generation page link to you.
The RSS page will generate an XML based on content I want to write in the file.

You have to consume that XML into your website and show the content.

These days nearly all blog websites provides their own RSS consuming applications, so you don’t have to bother about it if you are using a public web portal like orkut, WordPress, Blogspot etc.

Wait for a new post for reading and writing RSS applications.

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