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RSS2Full

RSS2Full is a free and cross-platform full text RSS hosting service. Automatic transform summary-only RSS feeds into full-text RSS feeds. Read articles in full, in peace, in your favourite news reading application.

Features

  • Free, fast and reliable.
  • Easy to deploy and run on a local or cloud server(web).
  • Provides HTTP API interface, easy integrate it into your own RSS service.

Command-line usage

rss2full  [options...]

Usage:
  rss2full -p 80
  rss2full -h

Options:
  -a <addr>                   Bind address [default: *]
  -p <port>                   Bind port [default: 8088]
  -h, -help                   Show help
  -v, -version                Show version
  -item-count <num>           Define number of news in feed [default: 10]
  -connection-per-feed <num>  Define number of parallel connections(workers) per feed [default:2]

Start the server in a custom port:

rss2full -p 9000

API

/feed/<RSS feed url begin with http://>

RSS feeds for test full-text:

Installation

go get github.com/feedocean/rss2full

Binary

Download for Windows 64-bit & Linux

Docker

See Dockerfile for image details.

docker run -d -p 8088:8088 --name rss2full feedocean/rss2full:latest

You can see all the Docker tags here.

Publish on Web

When you're ready to deploy your full-text RSS service to a cloud server, anyone or RSS reader apps can access them.

        |==============|
        |   RSS2Full   |
        |==============|
           |       |   
          /         \
         /           \
        /             \
 /-----------\   /-----------\
 |   Feedly  |   |  Inoreader | (RSS apps)
 \-----------/   \-----------/

New user to get $50 free credit to trial, valid for 1 month.

New user to get $50 free credit to trial

Usage

Open a web-browser, visit http://127.0.0.1:8080/(replacing with your IP address)

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