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Iphone SDK Read RSS from URL

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi all,

I'm working on a project that requires reading an rss feed from a url.

What's the easiest was to do this on a current project? I need the bare bones or is there a web to read an rss feed using a UIWebView?

Can anyone help here?

Thanks

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I've actually seen those links before, as I've done lots of googling before I posted here. The links are good but they are creating the rss app from zero up.

I cannot find anything on adding rss feed to a current project and that's what I'm looking for.

Make sense?

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Hello,

Have you used and web services.
I feel using RSS feed could be similar to that and it wont make an much of the difference.

Even if you have look at the videos it could be helpful to add those into your project.

Nothing much is required just take help of the example code.

Regards,
Hemant
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