Friday, 9 January 2004


Sada malo jedan skroz tehnicki dokument. Ponovno o RSS i sindikaciji sadrzaja.
Namjenjeno za one koje odzavaju ili posjeduju odredjene web sajtove sa dinamicnim ( redovito updejtanima sadrzajem ).

Kako takvi web izdavaci mogu svoj sadrzaj dijeliti sa drugim web odredistima na webu i sl. A da ne velim koliko nama surferima web news citaci stede vrijeme i novac tako da nam pred-surfaju web u taj cas i mi onda offline citamo preuzeti sadrzaj i odlucujemo sto cemo citati na webu i time smanjiti informacijski overoad. Yep, to je RSS.
Think about all of the information that you access on the Web on a day-to-day basis; news headlines, search results, "What's New", job vacancies, and so forth. A large amount of this content can be thought of as a list; although it probably isn't in HTML (LI) elements, the information is list-oriented.

Most people need to track a number of these lists, but it becomes difficult once there are more than a handful of sources. This is because they have to go to each page, load it, remember how it's formatted, and find where they last left off in the list.

RSS is an XML-based format that allows the syndication of lists of hyperlinks, along with other information, or metadata, that helps viewers decide whether they want to follow the link.

RSS allows peoples' computers to fetch and understand the information, so that all of the lists they're interested in can be tracked and personalized for them. It is a format that's intended for use by computers on behalf of people, rather than being directly presented to them (like HTML).

RSS Eureka !!!! sajtovi :

Sto i kako sa RSS s perspektive digitalnog izdavaca

O Reilly RSS Dev centar

RDF W3C aktivnosti

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