ListGarden RSS Feed Generator Review
The ListGarden program is a tool for manually creating and maintaining RSS feeds. It is an easy to use open source authoring tool operated with a browser interface that can run locally on a computer running Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux, or accessed remotely through a web server. The resulting XML file may be stored locally or automatically copied to a remote web server using FTP. It is useful for RSS feeds that need to be maintained without an automatic system that has built-in RSS generation capability. It can be used for RSS feeds that are change logs, event lists, lists of physical objects, or post lists of podcasts and manually authored weblogs. (Automatic systems with built-in RSS capability include most weblog authoring tools and some content management systems.) The program requires no knowledge of XML or the RSS data format, and is tuned for quick additions of new items and simple editing.
ListGarden can produce an optional companion HTML file for human browsers to read. It also has basic list-maintenance functions making it useful as a simple list manager. The RSS XML and HTML files can be uploaded to any web storage. Most ISPs like EarthLink, Comcast, and Verizon provide basic web hosting storage to their customers that can be used to hold RSS XML and HTML files, so you can publish lists even if you don't have a main website.
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