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What is RSS?

RSS Content Publisher provides a means to disseminate information in a standardized format as a convenient way. Standardized XML file format only release information once and then via a number of different programs (such as Outlook) to view. Common examples of RSS content is frequently updated news headlines and other information sources.

RSS is advantageous in that it can be of many Web content from all sources converge in the same position. In other words, no longer have to visit different sites, respectively, will be able to get the latest information for topics of interest. In the RSS's assistance, you will receive a summary of the content, then click the link way to decide what you want to read the article.

RSS content usually text-based, a wide variety of sources including publishers, but the main media outlet or personal blog (also known as "blog"). You can think of a blog is online log. With RSS popularity gradually increased, the latest types of content are emerging, including multimedia-based content. Such content sharing process called Blog broadcast (Blogcast) or Podcast broadcasts. For example, some media outlet will provide voice versions to their individual news stories.

RSS content delivery mechanism called "RSS feeds." There are millions of RSS feeds by title or a brief summary of the constitution and provide a link to the original source. But it can also contain a complete summary of the content, as well as most types of attachments. RSS feeds aliases include Web summary, XML summary, RSS channels, and syndicated content (Syndicated Content) and the like.

Most of per capita will use some form of client software program to read RSS feeds. These programs called RSS summary or RSS reader. That summary contains RSS Outlook's functionality.