SimplePie 1.5 is now available!

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OpenID for comments 15 May 2009 

We’re now supporting a technology called OpenID for comments. What does that mean for you? It means that you can sign-in and comment on our blog with your existing account from Google/Gmail, Yahoo!, Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Windows Live, Hotmail, Flickr, AOL, Blogger, WordPress.com, and others!

If you already have a registered account on our blog for commenting, you can sign-in with your existing account. From there, you can (optionally) add a third-party account that you can login with instead.

That is all. 🙂

Posted by Ryan Parman at 5:02 pm. Comments (0)

New SimplePie Screencasts 28 Feb 2009 

It would appear that this is the season for SimplePie screencasts! In the past two days, I’ve discovered a few new SimplePie-related screencasts, and I want to share them (and a couple of older ones) with you.

You can find even more tips, tricks, tutorials, and screencasts in the SimplePie wiki.

Posted by Ryan Parman at 12:51 pm. Comments (0)

Deprecating SimplePie Live! 20 Feb 2009 

Although SimplePie Live! was a cool concept, and something that I would have liked to see be successful, I simply haven’t had the time to put into it for nearly a year and a half now. One of these days I’d like to relaunch it when I have more time and resources to put into it, because I believe it could be a useful tool if executed properly.

That being said, we’ll be shutting down the SimplePie Live! service in the next couple of weeks. This will be the only notice we’ll provide (which probably isn’t a big deal because there are nearly zero users). Instead, I would recommend either using SimplePie (for PHP) or a service like Google AJAX Feed API.

Posted by Ryan Parman at 6:14 pm. Comments (2)

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