RSS.NET is an open source class library for writing and reading RSS feeds, it almost supports all RSS versions, the good thing about RSS.NET it's well documented in MSDN style documentation, and it's been used by so many websites to use RSS out of the box, consuming the library is quite easy and straightforward, you can check some examples here , on the other hand one other project is kicked off at SourceForge, to manage Atom feeds ( Atom is the next generation for websites content syndication. ), both libraries are great and saves you thousands of lines to be written to handle RSS and Atom.

Note: To get more information about RSS and Atom standards you can refer to my articles published at CodeProject:


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