FeedsAPI interface integrates very well and easily with all programming languages . With our straightforward API, you can implement FeedsAPI capabilities into your own web application, mobile applications or desktop application seamlessly and very fast. It's as easy as passing the URL (encoded) in the query string to the following URL: http://www.feedsapi.org/fetch.php?key=[key]&url=[url] .
FeedsAPI is the easiest way to turn shortened RSS into full text RSS feeds & send full content web articles as emails or a group of people in a team in real-time. FeedsAPI also works with Evernote, Kindle, Feedly, Newsblur and every other mobile device, web & desktop RSS readers and email client you can think of.
Knowing more about your industrie and knowing it faster than others is the best way to power innovation in your company and outperform your competition. FeedsAPI will put information in the hands of the people who use it in realtime and help you make strategic decisions and identify before everybody else, new business opportunities and to capitalize on them. FeedsAPI will help your people connect with each other and get the information they need to be the most effective instantly on all their devices.Information is Power!
Create accounts for all of your team members , give administration rights , set users as moderators or normal users , monitor your team and manage all the feeds. Each user you create, can create and manage his own feeds and a lot more.
An RSS feed is a Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, which basically allows readers to receive real-time (within 30 minutes) updates when their favourite blogs or websites add new content. Think of it as a kind of virtual system of beacons that sites use to signal RSS Newsreader apps when content is added.
RSS feeds are used by virtually all news organizations and all blogs, by info-rich, rapidly changing sites such as eBay and craigslist, travel and real-estate services, and by many online project management tools. RSS is also being applied in a variety of other ways that are rapidly changing familiar and indispensable Internet tools such as search and email.