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Title: RSS 2.0: Experience with Implementation in a Closed Intranet
Authors: Singh, Manoj
Kumar, Vijai
Balan, Ajith
Gupta, Rajiv
Singh, Sanjay Kumar
Kanal, Leena A
Keywords: Web 2.0
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Issue Date: 25-Feb-2009
Publisher: INFLIBNET Center
Abstract: Web 2.0 technologies provide opportunities in various ways to add value to e-services to the world. This term Web 2.0 is widely used to cover a lot of different things especially online on the Internet. These push technologies open new challenges for Library applications too. These powerful e-services reflecting the 2.0 movement integrate dissimilar data to make it more focused for user needs, integrate data within specific user tasks, facilitate collaboration and team use of information, and allow creation of new information and value by users online. However, RSS is one of the easiest and most seamless ways to connect and be informed. RSS (Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication) is basically a format to deliver updated Web content. This paper describes the implementation of RSS 2.0 feed into an online information Gateway in a local Intranet environment thoroughly. Implementation of RSS feed provides news and information merely not static but also with a click. This paper highlights the features and technologies being used for implementation in a closed intranet environment.
ISBN: 978-81-902079-8-0.
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