What is RSS?
RSS means Really Simple Syndication. RSS is a special format based on XML, which was first used to unite headers with web content. In fact, RSS feeds are XML files containing data according to the RSS specification, and usually located on a website.
As soon as an RSS feed appears in the Internet, any connected computer can access it. In order for the user to be able to use the RSS feed, he needs special software or services called readers or aggregators.
RSS allows users to save their time, however it is rather difficult to create an RSS feed manually. That is why currently there are a lot of programs that do not require XML or RSS knowledge to use them. These programs allow you to create RSS feeds in WYSIWYG mode, as well as maintain and update it. One of such programs is Feed Editor (http://www.extralabs.net/) that has some additional functionality besides editing RSS feeds.
The RSS technology is being actively developed and used in various fields. It is likely that in the future it will not be possible to make a successful website without an RSS feed.
Why Use RSS?
If you are a user, RSS will help you save time –...