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htmlparser2 - forgiving html and xml parser

  •    Javascript

A forgiving HTML/XML/RSS parser. The parser can handle streams and provides a callback interface. A live demo of htmlparser2 is available here.

node-htmlparser - Forgiving HTML/XML/RSS Parser in JS for *both* Node and Browsers

  •    Javascript

#NodeHtmlParser A forgiving HTML/XML/RSS parser written in JS for both the browser and NodeJS (yes, despite the name it works just fine in any modern browser). The parser can handle streams (chunked data) and supports custom handlers for writing custom DOMs/output.

simplepie - A simple Atom/RSS parsing library for PHP.

  •    PHP

SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, that puts the 'simple' back into 'really simple syndication'. Flexible enough to suit beginners and veterans alike, SimplePie is focused on speed, ease of use, compatibility and standards compliance. Since SimplePie 1.3, we've split the classes into separate files to make it easier to maintain and use.

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.

Dragon RSS Reader


a full-featured RSS Reader, codename: Dragon features: 1.download specified RSS feed, parse and show it in a WinForm 2.import/export OPML file 3.arrange a automatic subscriber to update specified RSS 4.can be transmitted to Windows Mobile platform and re-used in web project

feedrapp - A service for parsing RSS and Atom feeds.

  •    CSS

A service for parsing RSS and Atom feeds. Please see https://feedrapp.info for further information.

feedme.js - RSS/Atom/JSON feed parser

  •    Javascript

feedme.js is an RSS/Atom/JSON feed parser. How is this different from the other few feed parsers? It uses sax-js for xml parsing and clarinet for json parsing. That means it is coded in pure Javascript and thus more deployable. I needed a parser that wouldn't require me to install external dependencies or to compile anything. Creates a new instance of the FeedMe parser. buffer can be true if you want the parser to buffer the entire feed document as a JSON object, letting you use the FeedMe#done() method.


  •    CoffeeScript

parse rss feeds

feedparser-promised - Wrapper around feedparser with promises

  •    Javascript

Wrapper around feedparser with promises. There are many ways to contribute, such as fixing opened issues, creating them or suggesting new ideas. Either way will be very appreciated.

meta-extractor - Super simple and fast html page meta data extractor with low memory footprint

  •    Javascript

Super simple and fast meta data extractor with low memory footprint. If no callback provided returns a Promise.

feed-poll - a ATOM/RSS feed poller for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Poll for RSS or ATOM articles. See LICENSE.

feed-read - fetch & parse ATOM & RSS feeds with Node.js

  •    Javascript

Node.js module for parsing RSS and ATOM feeds into a common article object. Fetch a feed.

node-blindparser - blindparser is an all purpose RSS/ATOM feed parser that parses feeds into a common format so that you do not have to care if they are RSS or ATOM feeds

  •    Javascript

blindparser is a RSS/ATOM feed parser that returns the requested feed urls in a json object that is formatted so that you will not have to worry (much) about the format of the requested feed. RSS and ATOM feeds are both trying to deliver similar content, but are different enough with their structure to be aggravating. The purpose of blindparser is to allow for the important parts of the feeds (article titles, links, etc) to be returned in a standard format, but to also return the rest of the feed in a reasonable way.