The new version of our Full-Text RSS application is out now. Full-Text RSS is used by news enthusiasts and software developers to extract article content from news sites and blogs, and to convert news feeds that contain only extracts to full-text feeds. This release contains a number of fixes and improvements. Here’s what’s new.
We now have a simple login page for customers. Once you log in you’ll be able to download the latest version of our software, or an earlier version, depending on when you purchased. If you purchased an application more than a year before the latest version was released, you’ll get a link to download an earlier version and a link to upgrade to the latest version at a discount.
The new version of our Full-Text RSS application is now available. This is mostly a maintenance release. Here’s what’s new.
As many of our users know, Full-Text RSS, our article extraction tool, relies on a number of site-specific extraction rules which we maintain in our GitHub repository.
These extraction rules were initially imported from Instapaper (before it was sold, when they were still publicly available). And since then we’ve done our best to update them and have received many contributions from our users (thank you!).
Our Full-Text RSS application can extract article content in web pages through a combination of automatic content detection and site-specific extraction rules.
When a user encounters a problem extracting content from a particular site, we usually point them to our help page for writing custom extraction rules. That can not only be quite time consuming, but to do it, we assume users have an understanding of HTML and XPath.
The new version of Full-Text RSS, our tool to extract article content from web pages and transform partial web feeds into full-text feeds, is now available to try and buy. A few of the main changes are described below.
We’re getting ready to release the new version of Full-Text RSS, our tool to extract article content from web pages and transform partial web feeds into full-text feeds.
Full-Text RSS 3.2 is now available for purchase.