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Expose RSS Feeds from Bubble App Plugin

Link to plugin page: https://zeroqode.com/plugin/expose-rss-feeds-from-bubble-app-1528983912550x668446917924749300

OVERVIEW

An RSS feed is an easy way for sites to share headlines and stories so that you can read them without having to visit two dozen different web pages everyday. RSS Plugin offers you the possibility of generating an RSS feed from your app or add any RSS feed to you app by simply getting the link from any feed online and placing it in the app.

PURPOSE

To set up and generate rss feeds from your Bubble web application. Another ability is to add an rss feed inside your Bubble web application which will be like live bookmarks, field with content.

Generating RSS feed from Bubble Data

Setting up and using the plugin

Step 1. Set up the datafields and expose the data API

This step consists of filing the database fields with required information and exposing the data API.

Note: (Strict RSS Fields which must be created as per example due to RSS structure)

You may create another data type however the fields should remain in same structure which must be exposed.

Step 2. Generate RSS

This workflow step consists of configuration and generation of the RSS Data from application. Here we have the RSS DATA from DB and the URL link of your Data created in Step 1. Description is set by the user (RSS Title, RSS Description, RSS Language and RSS Generator)

Step 3.

This workflow step uses generated RSS which returns a result in text form, this form can be saved via a set state and will be used later.

Step 4.

This workflow step creates the downloadable RSS file after it was generated via step 1. of workflow.

Step 5.

The Result of Generated RSS from Bubble Data which can be downloaded RSS to File for future use and setup from step 2.

Step 6.

Setting up the RSS into your Bubble Application by uploading the downloaded RSS file into Settings/SEO.

The created RSS result should be available at the respective address https://my.sitename.io/rss

Demo to preview the settings