RSSHub - lightweight and extensible RSS feed aggregator (generate feeds from anything)
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RSSHub is a lightweight and extensible RSS feed aggregator, it's able to generate feeds from pretty much everything.
Perfect companion to TT-RSS, I think.
Examples: https://docs.rsshub.app/en/#application-updates and below
Manual Deployment: https://docs.rsshub.app/en/install/#manual-deployment
Docker Deployment: https://docs.rsshub.app/en/install/#docker-deployment
Very interested to get this on cloudron also !
example : latest google scholar on data+visualizztion
@rmdes 403 on the first link
@robi It's just a RSS feed, with Firefox Feed Preview extension I see this :
Indicates available RSS and Atom feeds and renders previews.
strange that you get 404
I tried again and now it's this:
RSSHub Looks like something went wrong Error: this route is empty, please check the original site or create an issue at module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/parameter.js:20:19) at runMicrotasks () at processTicksAndRejections (internal/process/task_queues.js:94:5) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/anti-hotlink.js:33:5) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/template.js:15:5) at async /data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/api-response-handler.js:143:9 at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/api-template.js:2:5) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/utf8.js:4:5) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/header.js:20:5) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/debug.js:14:5) at async grant (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/access-control.js:23:13) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/access-control.js:48:24) at async module.exports (/data/wwwroot/do02.rsshub.app/lib/middleware/onerror.js:20:9) For online documentation and support please refer to docs.rsshub.app.
I have no idea what's wrong with their demo site, but I deployed one instance on "play with docker" and it run just smooth
Has anyone looked into packaging this?
Looks like it's a Node app.
potemkin_ai last edited by potemkin_ai
would love to have it on my cloudron as well
@potemkin_ai got it running locally fine but I'm yet to make a cloudron package out of it
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@rmdes thanks for trying out!