There are all sorts of cool things you can do with SimplePie and feeds. These are some of the most popular code snippets and samples we've come across. Feel free to add your own, but if there's a similar one to what you're wanting to post, please see if you can merge your notes into the one that already exists.
These are tutorials about how to do things. For questions or issues that are frequently asked about SimplePie, check the Frequently Asked Questions page. If you're looking for some cool sites and tools to inspire you, check out the Sites that have integrated SimplePie page.
If you would like to see a tutorial for something here, add the title (in the same format as the other tutorial links) to the requested_tutorials section.
Screencasts are either QuickTime 7 files (compressed as H.264/AAC) or are Flash Video (.flv), and may be wider than a 1024×768 screen resolution. Assumes that you have gotten through the Introduction to PHP tutorial (as noted in the minimum requirements), and understand that a feed has information associated with it, and a feed contains one or more items which also have information associated with them.
- Introduction to SimplePie (10:56)
This screencast by Ryan Parman discusses the creation of a simple page, feed auto-discovery, mashing and sorting multiple feeds by time and date, favicons, and PHP5 method chaining.
- Creating the Digg SimplePie Add-on (22:13)
This screencast by Ryan Parman discusses the creation of SimplePie Add-ons including extending and overriding the built-in SimplePie classes. Uses Digg's custom RSS tags as the application of this Add-on.
- Integrate SimplePie and CodeIgniter (23:40)
This screencast by Elliot Haughin discusses how to integrate SimplePie into your CodeIgniter projects.
- Add SimplePie to Firefox 2 (0:30)
This 30-second “screen spot” by Ryan Parman shows how easy it is to add SimplePie as the default feed handler in Firefox 2.
- Quick Tip #16 Super SimplePie! (3:49)
This short video by Niki Brown shows how easy it can be to drop SimplePie directly into your existing pages.
- CSS-Tricks: Adding RSS content with SimplePie (33:03)
In this screencast by Chris Coyier, we build a really simple site that grabs content from multiple RSS feeds, smushes them together, and displays them using our own custom markup.
- NETTUTS: Extending SimplePie to Parse Unique RSS Feeds (40:10)
Jeffrey Way takes the time to show us how to extend SimplePie's abilities, build a page of thumbnails and videos, and wrap it up in a slick jQuery-based UI.
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How do you this feed horizontal using the rss images for wordpress?? how to add mysql database caching ?
tutorial/start.txt · Last modified: 2013/02/11 12:45 by andrewq