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Author Topic: feedyes.com and feed43.com - services that make rss feeds from any webpage  (Read 5363 times)

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In depth: what can you do with FeedYes.com?
» Generate feeds for any website or specific page
» Save those feeds, so you can read them in any rss reader. One click adding.
» Syndicate those feeds: put the headlines on your own website
» Monitor websites realtime: always know the latest news from any webpage


http://www.feedyes.com/



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Re: feedyes.com - service that makes rss feeds from any webpage
« Reply #1 on: March 08, 2006, 12:24:34 PM »
another one, feed43.com:

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Your favorite site doesn't provide news feeds?
This free online service converts any web page to an RSS feed on the fly.

http://feed43.com/


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not had a chance to put it to the test yet but it sounds like a brilliant idea to me.

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I can only second that - I didn't test it yet, but sounds great! Maybe a perfect addition to FeedBlitz --> http://www.donationc...dex.php?topic=2070.0

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Very nice tool!  :up:
Thanks!

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That's very good!
It's only a shame that it doesn't work with https, almost all the pages i need it for are served over https :(

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Feedyes.com would not work with my php script that required a variable passed via URL.

Feed43.com did, but I don't know anything about the extraction filters and things like that to go any further.

I also don't like that I have to register to use the rss. Does that mean I can only read it at those sites? If so, it's useless to me.