RSS offers a formalized means for encapsulating a Web site’s content within an XML based structure, known as a feed. It’s based on the premise that most site information shares a similar format, regardless of topic. For example, although sports, weather, and theater are all vastly dissimilar topics, the news items published under each would share a very similar structure, including a title, an author, a publication date, a URL, and a description. A typical RSS feed embodies all such attributes, and often much more, forcing an adherence to a presentation-agnostic format that can in turn be retrieved, parsed, and formatted in any means acceptable to the end user, without actually having to visit the syndicating Web site.
With just the feeds URL, the user can store it, along with others if he likes, into a tool that is capable of retrieving and parsing the feed, allowing the user to do as he pleases with the information. RSS reader is used to do the job listed above.
- Easy to use
- Easy to install
- Easy to customize
- Database Required to store the URL links
- Viewable with any browser (tested on Mozilla/Firefox, IE, Opera)
- PHP 5.2.3 or later
- My SQL 4.1 or later
- Enough Band width
- Java Script/AJAX
How to Use Bar Chart Creator
- Run the file in any of the browsers.
- Enter the title,X-axis and Y-axis of the Bar Chart.
- Click on View Chart button to view the generated Bar Chart