A Feedly RSS client for Android written in Kotlin
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Paper

Paper is an RSS reader for Android written in Kotlin. Paper is currently in the early stages of development, so basic functionality is still being implemented.

Compiling Paper

Paper doesn't have a stable release yet, so you'll have to compile it from source to try it. This will require you to specify your own Feedly API key. To do this, create a new file in $PAPER_ROOT_DIR/feedly.properties with the following entries:

feedlyDevUserId = "YOUR-USER-ID"
feedlyDevOauthToken = "YOUR-OAUTH-TOKEN"
feedlyDevApiKey = "YOUR-OPTIONAL-API-KEY"
feedlyApiKey = "YOUR-OPTIONAL-API-KEY"

You can acquire your user ID and a developer OAuth token by following the instructions at Feedly's API documentation. The last two fields are optional. If you don't want to specify values for them, then set them to the empty string (e.g. feedlyApiKey = "").

License

Paper is licensed under an Apache 2.0 license.