i was working on a little sample and wanted to make it a bit easier on myself to work with my rss data. my thought was to use the JSON format for the data and that way i could get at the data in super-cool-ajaxy-type ways. what was cool was what i found as i began searching.
so my rss:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <channel>
<title>Method ~ of ~ failed</title> <link>http://timheuer.com/blog/Default.aspx</link>
<description>ramblings from the digital underbelly</description>
<generator>Subtext Version 188.8.131.52</generator> ...
"Copyright":"timheuer","Description":"ramblings from the digital underbelly",
"Docs":null,"Generator":"Subtext Version 184.108.40.206", ...
wicked. i put this in an asp.net handler file for me so now i can easily reference some rss data and immediately get back json data to work with, something like:
you can get an rss serializer with this function built in over at piyush's blog. very cool, now i can move on to my next step...