We’ve put up a new experimental service to help you create RSS feeds for sites which do not offer their own.
Full-Text RSS 3.2 is now available for purchase.
We’re often asked to recommend web hosts for our applications. We’ve now added a new help page for Full-Text RSS doing just that. The suggestions apply to our other PHP tools too.
While we sell the latest versions of our software to sustain our project, our code repository contains older versions of some of our code along with code we’ve ported to PHP from other languages for use in our tools.
Full-Text RSS 3.1 is now available for purchase.
Full-Text RSS, our article extraction tool, makes use of site-specific extraction rules to improve results. Each time a URL is processed, we check to see if there are extraction rules for the site being processed. If there are no site patterns, we try to detect the content block automatically.
Opera users can now add a Push to Kindle button to the browser’s toolbar.
Amazon is experiencing delivery issues which is affecting Push to Kindle.
We’ve just updated our intro help page for Full-Text RSS with two sequence diagrams showing how Full-Text RSS works with your feed reader.