RSS_PHP; RSS 0.91 Parser Test Results

RSS_PHP is a free RSS Parser for PHP 5+ - the full introduction is available on the main RSS_PHP Parser page.

RDF Site Summary 0.91 Test

This test uses the original sample RSS 0.91 file hosted at userland. As with all tests on rssphp.net, this a live test.

The RSS_PHP Test File

<?php
require_once '../../rss_php.php';

    $rss = new rss_php;

    $rss->load('http://static.userland.com/gems/backend/sampleRss.xml');

    print_r($rss->getRSS()); #print all rss without attributes
        
?>

RSS 0.91 Results

These results are generate by including the above test file.

Array
(
    [rss] => Array
        (
            [channel] => Array
                (
                    [title] => WriteTheWeb
                    [link] => http://writetheweb.com
                    [description] => News for web users that write back
                    [language] => en-us
                    [copyright] => Copyright 2000, WriteTheWeb team.
                    [managingEditor] => editor@writetheweb.com
                    [webMaster] => webmaster@writetheweb.com
                    [image] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => WriteTheWeb
                            [url] => http://writetheweb.com/images/mynetscape88.gif
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com
                            [width] => 88
                            [height] => 31
                            [description] => News for web users that write back
                        )

                    [item:0] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => Giving the world a pluggable Gnutella
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=24
                            [description] => WorldOS is a framework on which to build programs that work like Freenet or Gnutella -allowing distributed applications using peer-to-peer routing.
                        )

                    [item:1] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => Syndication discussions hot up
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=23
                            [description] => After a period of dormancy, the Syndication mailing list has become active again, with contributions from leaders in traditional media and Web syndication.
                        )

                    [item:2] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => Personal web server integrates file sharing and messaging
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=22
                            [description] => The Magi Project is an innovative project to create a combined personal web server and messaging system that enables the sharing and synchronization of information across desktop, laptop and palmtop devices.
                        )

                    [item:3] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => Syndication and Metadata
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=21
                            [description] => RSS is probably the best known metadata format around. RDF is probably one of the least understood. In this essay, published on my O'Reilly Network weblog, I argue that the next generation of RSS should be based on RDF.
                        )

                    [item:4] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => UK bloggers get organised
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=20
                            [description] => Looks like the weblogs scene is gathering pace beyond the shores of the US. There's now a UK-specific page on weblogs.com, and a mailing list at egroups.
                        )

                    [item:5] => Array
                        (
                            [title] => Yournamehere.com more important than anything
                            [link] => http://writetheweb.com/read.php?item=19
                            [description] => Whatever you're publishing on the web, your site name is the most valuable asset you have, according to Carl Steadman.
                        )

                )

        )

)
		

Other Supported Versions of RSS supported by RSS_PHP

RSS_PHP works with all versions of RSS, including related modules, attributes and extensions, currently tested and verified against:

Full documentation and examples of RSS_PHP are available on the site, and you can download the latest version of RSS_PHP for use in your PHP applications for free.

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