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gofeed - Parse RSS and Atom feeds in Go

  •    Go

The gofeed library is a robust feed parser that supports parsing both RSS and Atom feeds. The universal gofeed.Parser will parse and convert all feed types into a hybrid gofeed.Feed model. You also have the option of parsing them into their respective atom.Feed and rss.Feed models using the feed specific atom.Parser or rss.Parser.It also provides support for parsing several popular predefined extension modules, including Dublin Core and Apple’s iTunes, as well as arbitrary extensions. See the Extensions section for more details.

pogo - Audio feed generator and CMS

  •    Go

Podcast RSS & JSON feed generator and CMS in Go. There are a couple options for getting Pogo up and running.

rss2twitter - publish rss updates to twitter

  •    Go

The service publishes RSS updates to twitter. The reason is simple - I needed self-hosted thingy to post tweets on a feed change for my sites (podcasts and blogs). Tried several "cloud services" for this and lately switched to IFTTT. It worked, but slow and unreliable. Sometimes it took hours to get twit posted, sometimes I had to trigger it manually. In addition IFTTT can't have multiple twitter accounts defined for the same IFTTT account and I had to deal with multiple IFTTT accounts just to post to different twitter's timelines. Use provided docker-compose.yml and change FEED value. All twitter-api credentials can be retrieved from https://developer.twitter.com/en/apps and should be set in environment or directly in the compose file.




picofeed - A minimal terminal rss reader

  •    Go

Picofeed is a minimal terminal rss reader. It takes feed urls direct or files of newline separated urls. It fetches all feeds on demand, and displays them. Honestly it's like a fancy rss curl.

feedbridge - Plugin based RSS feed generator for sites that don't offer any

  •    Go

Is a tool (Hosted version / Demo: feedbridge.notmyhostna.me) to provide RSS feeds for sites that don't have one, or only offer a feed of headlines. For each site—or kind of site—you want to generate a feed for you'll have to implement a plugin with a custom scraping strategy. Feedbridge doesn't persist old items so if it's not on the site you are scraping any more it won't be in the feed. Pretty similar to how most feeds these days work that only have the latest items in there. It publishes Atom, RSS 2.0, and JSON Feed Version 1 conform feeds. There are a bunch of web apps doing something similar, some of them you can even drag and drop selectors to create a feed. That didn't work well for the site I was trying it for so I decided to built this. (Also it was fun doing so).

verssion - RSS feeds of stable release versions, as found in Wikipedia.

  •    Go

Atom feeds of (stable) software versions, as found in Wikipedia. make integration will use the verssion database, and wipe everything from it. Just so you know.


eventsourcing-go - Event Sourcing + CQRS using Golang Tutorial

  •    Go

Imagine that you are working for a large news publisher called Fairflax Media, inspired by flax flower (not to be mistaken with Fairfax Media, of course). You have been tasked with breaking the huge monolith system into microservices and moving everything to Kuberentes. You prefer domain driven design, and believe that each database should only ever be owned by a single application. But as time goes by, you notice that many services need common data. You need to make sure that the data is consistent across all services and the query performance is reasonable.

feedpushr - A simple feed aggregator daemon with sugar on top.

  •    Go

A simple feed aggregator daemon with sugar on top. You can override this settings by using program parameters. Type feedpushr --help to see those parameters.

tf - Telefeedbot

  •    Go

Для хранения опубликованных ссылок используется redis.

learning-golang - Go 学习之路:Go 开发者博客、Go 微信公众号、Go 学习资料(文档、书籍、视频)

  •    Go

Go 学习之路:Go 开发者博客、Go 微信公众号、Go 学习资料(文档、书籍、视频)

Gofr - Feed Reader for App Engine (Google Reader clone)

  •    Go

Gofr is a Feed Reader (Google Reader clone) for Google App Engine. It grew out of my frustration with the relational backend of grr and my inability to optimize it beyond unsatisfactory results. Gofr is written in Go, and uses the Google Cloud Datastore. It was one of the finalists in Google Cloud Developer Challenge 2013.

blog-generator - static blog generator for my blog at https://zupzup.org/

  •    Go

A static blog generator using a configurable GitHub repository as a data-source. The posts are written in markdown with yml metadata attached to them. This is an example repo for the blog at https://zupzup.org/. The tool can be configured using a config file called bloggen.yml. There is a bloggen.dist.yml in the repository you can use as a template.

gorss - Go RSS Reader

  •    Go

Simple RSS/Atom reader written in Golang. Highly configurable and with themes. Currently there are no installation packages. But there exists prebuilt binaries for Linux and OSX.

rss2hook - POST to webhook(s) when new feed-items appear.

  •    Go

This project is a self-hosted utility which will make HTTP POST requests to remote web-hooks when new items appear in an RSS feed. There are two ways to install this project from source, which depend on the version of the go version you're using.

news - Minimalist RSS/Atom aggregator 📰

  •    Go

News is a minimalist RSS/Atom aggregator that saves to HTML files. Running news creates 📂news directory containing a sample 📰index.html file which you should edit with your own RSS/Atom feed sources.