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JSON Feed: Home
JSON alternative to RSS and Atom
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3 days ago by emerysnyder
JSON Feed: Version 1
The JSON Feed format is a pragmatic syndication format, like RSS and Atom, but with one big difference: it’s JSON instead of XML.

For most developers, JSON is far easier to read and write than XML. Developers may groan at picking up an XML parser, but decoding JSON is often just a single line of code.

Our hope is that, because of the lightness of JSON and simplicity of the JSON Feed format, developers will be more attracted to developing for the open web.
json  feeds  rss  web 
4 days ago by moonhouse
JSON Feed: Version 1
Looks good, though I wish they had chosen a unique MIME type
rss  json  feeds 
9 days ago by cobralibre
JSON Feed: Version 1
Bold to publish an entirely new feed spec just to avoid XML, but it does seem well done.
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10 days ago by npdoty

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