Fastladder Open Source [Forked]
JavaScript Ruby HTML CSS CoffeeScript
Latest commit 17a3bb9 Aug 10, 2017 @ssig33 ssig33 committed on GitHub Merge pull request #232 from fastladder/ceil_scrollTop
Support zooming in browser
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app Math.ceil(scrollTop) Aug 10, 2017
bin rake rails:update Jan 6, 2015
config Fix capybara's deprecate warning Aug 3, 2017
db Add guid column to items Jun 1, 2014
lib set user-agent on fetch web pages. Jul 27, 2017
public Trivial upgrade to Rails v4.2.9 Jul 26, 2017
script remove script/rails Aug 8, 2013
spec Unify testing parameters for /rcp/update_feed Jan 17, 2017
vendor/assets Trivial upgrade to Rails v4.2.9 Jul 26, 2017
.gitignore Use secrets.yml instead secret_token.rb Jun 15, 2016
.rspec Setup RSpec and Capybara Mar 15, 2013
.travis.yml bump ruby versionns on Travis CI Jul 24, 2017
Gemfile Remove documentation gems Aug 3, 2017
LICENSE.txt restructured Feb 26, 2012
Procfile Prefer SVG images Jan 7, 2015
app.json Select db adapter based on configuration or DATABASE_URL Oct 6, 2014 rackup `Rails.application` instead of `Fastladder::Application` Aug 8, 2013

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Fastladder ( is the best solution for feed-hungry people who want to consume more RSS/Atom feeds, and this is its open-source version. The open-source Fastladder, so called OpenFL, is an RSS reader to be installed on your PC or server with a capability to handle RSS feeds available within your Intranet.


$ git clone git://
$ cd fastladder

# For SQLite
$ cp config/database.yml.sqlite3 config/database.yml
$ bundle install

# For MySQL
$ cp config/database.yml.mysql config/database.yml
$ bundle install

# For PostgreSQL
$ cp config/database.yml.postgresql config/database.yml
$ bundle install

$ bundle exec rake db:create db:migrate
$ bundle exec rake setup # Setup files for development


Run fastladder web process

$ bundle exec rails server

Run fastladder crawler process

$ bundle exec ruby script/crawler

You can run web and crawler processes by foreman.

$ foreman start         # run web and crawler processes
$ foreman start web     # run web process
$ foreman start crawler # run crawler process