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Releasing our new API endpoint last month has already enabled us to release the oldest feature request: subscribing and retrieving feeds in one single call. Today, we’re introducing another long time requested feature: the ability to list PubSubHubbub subscriptions. Listing subscriptions per endpoint It’s considered good practice when using PubSubHubbub... Read moreDecember 02, 2013 | View Comments |
Today is thanksgiving in the USA. It’s a holliday in where you celebrate others and thank them for the help they provided. Of course, we want to thank everyone in our community: our customers, developers, partners and investors. It’s a pleasure to be working with you and we hope to... Read moreNovember 28, 2013 | View Comments |
Do you know what has been the oldest Superfeedr feature request? It’s the ability to subscribe and retrieve a feed in one single call. Basically, up until now, when your app needed the content of a feed from Superfeedr, you first had to subscribe to the feed and then wait... Read moreNovember 18, 2013 | View Comments |
We’ve been a bit silent in the past couple months here at Superfeedr.It’s because we’ve been working on a complete rewrite of our PubSubHubbub endpoint. Before Up until now, our PubSubHubbub endpoint was part of our main frontend Rails app. 4 years ago, Rails was still the most advanced framework... Read moreNovember 14, 2013 | View Comments |
This article has been cross posted to other platforms, including Svbtle. Here is a new episode of my quest to understand and improve the follow button pattern on the web. Of course, I have found a lot of new follow buttons in this past month. Unfortunately, they all show the... Read moreOctober 23, 2013 | View Comments |
It’s fascinating to see patterns appear on the web, and to see how quickly they propagate. You probably remember the clickable-top-left logo (link to the home), the navigation footer with deep links, the tag clouds (these seem to have declined quickly though), or, the most recent #hashtags. I’m betting big... Read moreSeptember 23, 2013 | View Comments |
We all know that RSS and openness are key to the web’s resilience and independence, yet the RSS ecosystem is still shrinking. It’s because of us, players of that ecosystem: we tend to try growing our slice of the pie, at the expense of other players rather than growing the... Read moreSeptember 20, 2013 | View Comments |
SubToMe aims at being your subscription app so that you can use any reader app for the content you care about. We are also (pretty much like in all of the code we release) committed to open-ness. As part of this, we’re releasing today a SubToMe update with OPML support.... Read moreSeptember 11, 2013 | View Comments |
It was long overdue but we’re finally introducing a completely refactored documentation. Up until now, the documentation was part of our main site. This was a bad choice for several reasons: updating the docs means we’d have to deploy the whole frontend site taking pull requests was not easy/doable if... Read moreSeptember 02, 2013 | View Comments |
With Google Reader gone and the recent privacy scandals, millions of faithful readers are now looking for alternatives to follow content. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of publishers are anxious about gaining subscribers - and control over the subscriptions which have been delegated to Twitter, Facebook or Google+. Luckily, dozens of... Read moreJuly 17, 2013 | View Comments |