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supriya kamble

17-08-2018

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- If you simply want to add the RSS feed from another web site to a page of your own, you could try JavaScript RSS Box Viewer 4.0 or http://feed.mikle.com/en/. Alternatively, you could try: 1. RSS search engines such as Instant RSS Search (Find Feeds with Instant Search), RSSMicro (RSS Feed Search Engine), and the Ukora News Service (RSS Search Engine and RSS Feed Reader). 2. Try to find an aggregator/reader which groups different feeds together into one. You might find one or more of these in the list of RSS aggregators and their characteristics maintained by Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_feed_aggregators) which covers different platforms, operating systems and business models. If you want to publish an RSS feed of your own, then it is a different scenario. Here you have to bear in mind that RSS is a pull technology, i.e. where the client requests data hosted by a server: the data is then pulled down from the server to the client as a stream of text. A pull request for new data might be triggered by the loading of a web page which has an RSS feed embedded in it, a web service or frequent polling of a feed via HTTP or bots. Are you planning on retrieving data from a published feed on a regular basis as part of a feed of your own? I had this same issue several years ago to do with the need to archive RSS feed content which could be later used for classification and sentiment analysis based upon the frequencies of popular keywords found in the text of feeds. In the end, I wrote my own software to archive feeds using Rome (ROME - Home) which provides a generic model for the different dialects of RSS and Atom feeds. Using a scheduler in Java, my software used Rome to poll up to 200 feeds hourly for several weeks. As the feeds were read, keywords frequencies were calculated and persisted to a series of tables in a MySQL database forming an index, and the original feed content was also stored in a series of tables where each stored data mined from each feed for the period of the case study. Or are you planning to simply publish an RSS feed of your own? There are tools for this such as WordPress plugins (see https://www.softwarefindr.com/be... for more details) and server-side software to parse RSS feeds includes the aforementioned Rome (ROME - Home) and rss4j (rss4j), both of which are Java-based tools which read RSS feed content programmatically. Additional tools include Microsoft's Windows RSS Platform at https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/ library/ms684701(v=vs.85).aspx. Examples for other programming languages include Groovy's XmlSlurper (http://docs.groovy-lang.org/latest/html/api/groovy/util/XmlSlurper.htm), Python's PythonRSS library (RssLibraries - Python Wiki) and Feedjira for Ruby (Feedjira). Reply

supriya kamble

17-08-2018

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It’s got Big Commerce, Amazon, Shopify, Woocommerce, Magento and a few other integration. Reply

supriya kamble

17-08-2018

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Why not use Wocommerce with WordPress? You’ll have tons of customization options. And is easy to handle. Reply