xml – How to add RSS feeds from feedburner.com to Thunderbird

I've found out that Google has a security blog and want to add the RSS feed to my list of favorite RSS feeds on Thunderbird:

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Unfortunately, feedburner.com offers a strange list of RSS feeds: My Yahoo, Free, Netvibes, SubToMe, RSSOwl, NewsFire, etc … None of these feeds looks like an unformatted XML feed to me.

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I see that someone is already facing this problem: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4687042/getting-raw-xml-data-from-a-feedburner-rss-feed. The hack

view-source:http://feeds.feedburner.com/GoogleOnlineSecurityBlog

really shows an XML page, but I can not paste it into Thunderbird.

Why does an old and basic technology like the RSS feed have to be so complicated? And is there a solution to this problem?

Is feedburner.com actively refusing users to extrapolate the raw XML feed for a specific purpose? I do not get it.

Search – Sort the RSS keyword first by title

Here's how I take a feed from my WordPress blog site.

https://www.sitename.com/blog/feed?s=KEYWORD

The results are coming, but the variety is not what I want.
Currently sorted by the last added date. If you pass KEYWORD anywhere in the post, it will be displayed at the top of the post until the deadline.

I would like to first take a look at the title.
If the title contains a KEYWORD, this post should come first.
Then sorted by date.

Can you help me with that?
Thank you so much!

Plugin Development – Modify XML feeds in WordPress RSS feeds

I had to change that Attribute of a single RSS element. Here's the code I'm running right now, but that adds Another at the end of each RSS2 element.

' . $mynewlink . ';
    echo $output;
}
add_action('rss2_item', 'modify_rss_feed');
?>

An example XML could look like this


This is a title link
https://shwmae.net/video/watch-this-space
Sun, 03 Nov 2019 18:44:00 +0000

How can I change the existing fields in the RSS output at https://my-site-example.com/feed/, https://my-site-example.com/category/category-one/feed/ etc. ? ,

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RSS Reader from multiple sources

I am writing an RSS reader library that can read the data from different sources. I am very new to writing libraries and not sure if I can handle it properly.

These are my basic interfaces for implementation

public enum ProcessType
   {
        Syndicate,
        Atom,
        API
   }
 public interface IRssSourceBase
  {
     string Url { get; }
  }

public interface IRssReader
{
    string GetLatestFeeds(TRssSource source, Dictionary DictLastFetchedFeeds, ProcessType processType)
                                                                                           where TRssSource : IRssSourceBase;
}

public class RssReader : IRssReader
    {
        public string GetLatestFeeds(TRssSource source, Dictionary DictLastFetchedFeeds, ProcessType processType)
                                                                                              where TRssSource : IRssSourceBase
        {
            try
            {
                // Add Multiple Feed processors 
                switch (processType)
                {
                case ProcessType.Syndicate:
                    var rssFeeds = RssReader_Syndicate.GetLatestFeeds(source, DictLastFetchedFeeds);
                    return Newtonsoft.Json.JsonConvert.SerializeObject(rssFeeds);
                case ProcessType.Atom: // Process Atom type feeds 
                    break;
                case ProcessType.API: // Process API feeds 
                    break;
                }
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
              // log
            }

            return null;
        }
    }

This is one of the parsers / processors that use SyndicationFeed

 class RssReader_Syndicate
    {
        internal static IEnumerable GetLatestFeeds(TRssSource source, Dictionary DictLastFetchedFeeds)
                                                                                       where TRssSource : IRssSourceBase
        {
            try
            {
                XmlReader reader = XmlReader.Create(source.Url);
                //return ReturnFeeds(source, DictLastFetchedFeeds, reader);
                SyndicationFeed feed = SyndicationFeed.Load(reader);
                reader.Close();

                var latestFeed = feed.Items.OrderByDescending(t => t.PublishDate).First();
                LastFetchedFeedInfo lastProcessedFeed = new LastFetchedFeedInfo();
                if (DictLastFetchedFeeds.ContainsKey(source.Url))
                {
                    lastProcessedFeed = DictLastFetchedFeeds(source.Url);

                    // No latest feed? continue to read the next one
                    if (latestFeed.Title.Text == lastProcessedFeed.LastReadTitle &&
                            latestFeed.PublishDate.Date == lastProcessedFeed.LastReadPublishDateOffset)
                    {
                        return null;
                    }
                }

                // get the feeds which are more likely not processed
                IEnumerable latestFeedsToBeProcessed = DictLastFetchedFeeds.ContainsKey(source.Url) ? feed.Items.Where(t => t.PublishDate.Date > lastProcessedFeed.LastReadPublishDateOffset) :
                                                                         feed.Items;

                DictLastFetchedFeeds(source.Url) = new LastFetchedFeedInfo { LastReadTitle = latestFeed.Title.Text, LastReadPublishDateOffset = latestFeed.PublishDate };

                return latestFeedsToBeProcessed;
            }
            catch (HttpException httpEx)
            {
                if (httpEx.GetHttpCode() == 404)
                {
                    // log
                }
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                return RetryProcessing(source, DictLastFetchedFeeds);
            }

            return null;
        }
}

I have a few questions about this

  1. Is it a good idea to return string json? or should I add a generic interface with some of the properties that are predefined as the return type?
  2. Which design pattern should I use? (
    I've been through a good number of posts on codereview.stackexchange, and I understand that you should not unnecessarily try to force a pattern and add unnecessary complexity.)
  3. If there will be another source tomorrow (eg Feed API, which Json returns), I have to include the implementation in the library. Does not it violate the open-close principle?

I'm sure my code looks bad and there may be a couple of things I can improve on that, and I'm glad to point that out (criticism accepted).
Please suggest suggestions for improvement or if the code looks awful and I should rewrite it with some guidelines.