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Description - Beginning RSS and Atom Programming by Andrew Watt

RSS, RDF, Atom, and Dublin Core are all types of information-feed specifications that deliver Web content to aggregators for other sites to index and help feed-reader applications track frequent site posts - Google tracks 1.4 million RSS feeds, and there are approximately 250,000 additional feeds powered by Atom, a newer protocol - Features numerous hands-on "hacks" that help developers make the most of the information feed protocols

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780764579165
ISBN-10: 0764579169
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 187mm x 39mm)
Pages: 775
Imprint: Wrox Press
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Publish Date: 1-May-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Andrew Watt

Danny Ayers is a freelance developer, technical author, and consultant specializing in cutting-edge Web technologies. He has worked with XML since its early days and got drawn into RSS development around four years ago. He is an active member of the Atom Working Group, the Semantic Web Interest Group, and various other Web-related community groups and organizations. He has been a regular blogger for several years, generally posting on technical or feline issues. Originally from Tideswell in the north of England, he now lives in a village near Lucca in Northern Italy with his wife, Caroline, a dog, and a herd of cats. Andrew Watt is an independent consultant and computer book author with an interest and expertise in various XML technologies. Currently, he is focusing primarily on the use of XML in Microsoft technologies. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Microsoft InfoPath 2003.