Frequently Asked Questions
Selected News Readers
Selected News Aggregators
More RSS Resources
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1. Frequently Asked Questions
What are DevX feeds?
DevX offers access to syndicated content via XML data feeds. The feeds contain titles and descriptions of our latest content, as well as the corresponding links. Clicking a link takes you to the full content on DevX.
What feeds are available?
We currently offer a number of feeds with the latest content for various areas, such as .NET, Java, and Wireless, as well as a feed with the latest DevX content. You can find a complete list of feeds at http://services.devx.com.
How does this work?
You can subscribe to the DevX feeds through a news reader. You can also add the feed to your website or blog. Here is how get started with .NET: Working With DevX’s New RSS Feeds From .NET Applications.
More to come on this topic…watch this space!
Why are you offering this?
We want to allow the developer community to access DevX content in various, convenient ways.
Who can use the DevX feeds?
Do I need to brand the content in any way?
No, there is no requirement to do so. You may, however, display the DevX logo with your feed if you wish.
How often is the content updated?
DevX updates its content constantly, and feeds always contain the latest content. In most news readers, you can set your preferences for how frequently to check for content updates. When syndicating with your site or blog, we recommend you refresh your local data once a day.
2. Selected News Readers
- AmphetaDesk(Windows, Linux, Mac)
- Feedreader (Windows)
3. Selected News Aggregators
4. More RSS Resources
- What is RSS?
- Userland’s RSS 2.0 FAQ
- An RSS Resource Page
- Ben Hammersly’s RSS Resource Site
- Latest RSS News from Blogspace
- Set Up a Simple Syndication Feed Using RSS
- Techniques for XML Encoding
- DMOZ?The Open Directory Project