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    How Rss Works How Rss Works Presentation Transcript

    • How RSS Works S1170047 Takahide Ishii
    • Outline of How RSS Works ● What is RSS? #1 ● What is RSS? #2 ● How RSS Reader ● Aggregator rolls ● Creating RSS Feeds
    • What is RSS? #1 ● One way to keep track of it all has grown very popular since its introduction in 1997: RSS. ● RSS: Short for Really Simple Syndication (at least now -- more on that later) ● RSS is a way to subscribe to a source of information, such as a Web site, and get brief updates delivered to you.
    • What is RSS? #2 ● Some Web-browsing software automatically detects RSS feeds. ● Some Web-browsing software automatically detects RSS feeds. Firefox and Opera display the now-common square orange badge for a Web feed in the browser's address bar when they find RSS feeds on a site.
    • How RSS Reader ● Reading RSS feeds can be a great time-saver. ● The ease with which you can view RSS headlines may convince you that you can subscribe to even more sites. ● So, you need something that can read, or aggregate, RSS files. Aggregators collect and interpret RSS feeds in one location.
    • Aggregator rolls ● Do you want to see full articles on one page? Or do you just want the headlines? ● These are options that your aggregator will give you help you enjoy your reading. ● Some browsers let you read the feeds within the program itself.
    • Creating RSS Feeds ● RSS isn't really that different from a normal Web site ● SS uses the World Wide Web Consortium's Resource Description Framework (RDF) as a guide to tell a feed aggregator how to read the file. ● RDF is based on extensible markup language (XML)