An infinite social stream based on RSS feeds with a MySQL backend.
Officially Supported Networks (Icons/Styles included)
Currently supports the following social networks (however it should work reasonably well with any RSS feed):
- Google Plus
wiki.Detailed instructions can be found on the
Database + Server
Create a database (or use an existing one).
Create the archive table.
CREATE TABLE `archived_social_items` ( `id` varchar(32) NOT NULL, `category` varchar(255) NOT NULL, `title` text NOT NULL, `content` text NOT NULL, `link` text NOT NULL, `date` datetime NOT NULL, UNIQUE KEY `item_id` (`id`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1
Modify config.php's mysql settings to point to your database.
Create and/or chmod the cache folder to be writable by your server (755).
Chmod the config file to 640.
New feeds can be added to the application by modifying the $apis array in config.php
The file demo.php provides a good minimal example of the requirements.
- Customizing of the actual content boxes can be found in isotope.css
- Customizing of specific feed themes can be found in networks.css. Class names are assigned to content boxes based on the key in your $apis variable in config.php
Beta2 Maintenance (10.8.2012)
- Improved URL auto linking
- Improved default image resolution display
- Updated demo.php to include all necessary markup.
- Added loader to infinite scroll.
- Trimmed down README and moved to wiki.
- Added minified version.
- Refactored PHP code into one file (and config/libs) for ease of distribution.
- Added HTML5 Shiv for IE support.
- Documented adding new services.
- Updated infinite scroll.
- Hiding new elements and fading them in (with jquery fallback).
- Added a license.
- Initial implementation.
Dual licensed under the MIT/BSD licenses. Text can be found here.
Utilizes the following libraries:
- Isotope - Free for non-commercial and personal applications (details...)
- Infinite-Scroll - MIT License
- jQuery - MIT License
- SimplePie - BSD License
- jquery-timeago - MIT License
- html5shiv - MIT License
- css3 transition detection - Unknown
Icons are from icondock which were released under the "Free to use for whatever purposes" license.