RSS (Really Simple Syndication) A Term You Need to Know
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. It is a type of web feed that allows users to subscribe to a website’s updates without visiting the site directly.
An RSS feed is an XML file that contains a summary of content from a website, including headlines, descriptions, and links to full articles. This content can be read using an RSS reader, which automatically checks the subscribed RSS feeds for new content and displays it in a feed reader.
RSS feeds are commonly used by blogs, news websites, and other content providers to make their content available to subscribers, who can view the latest updates in a centralized location. This helps subscribers to stay up-to-date with new content from their favorite websites, without having to regularly check each site for updates.View More Definitions
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