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Scott Johnson's Blog:
Looking at the Zend Feed Library Functionality
May 05, 2006 @ 06:53:18

Talk of the Zend Framework is all over the place in the PHP world these days, and Scott Johnson has his latest contribution to the topic on his blog today - a brief look at the Zend Feed functionality.

This is the case where a little domain knowledge is a dangerous thing. Given my expertise in this area I can state without exception that that's just NOT good enough. Period. The link tag doesn't always work and feedster are still all too often invalid for any sort of valid feed requirement to be viable. Blast it. I had high hopes. Also a little industry knowledge also tells me "if the domain of the feed is 'livejournal.com' then the feeds are ALWAYS blogurl + /data/rss or /data/atom. And if the feed is from blogspot.com then its always atom.xml (except when its not).

This comment follows his look at the Zend Framework docs on the topic, including a limitation of the component when it comes to parsing/finding remote feeds from a site.

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