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RSS-proxy allows you to do create an RSS or ATOM feed of almost any website, just by analyzing just the static HTML structure.

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RSS-proxy is a tool that allows you to do create an RSS/ATOM or JSON feed of almost any website, purely by analyzing just the static HTML structure. Try the live demo.


Quickstart using docker

The simplest way to use RSS-proxy is using docker

docker pull damoeb/rss-proxy
docker run -p 3000:3000 -it damoeb/rss-proxy

Then open localhost:3000 in the browser.

JavaScript Support

supports dynamic webapps in a separate docker image
cause it is with 1GB quite large. Running this image will render a checkbox in the User Interface to pre-render a website in a headless browser, rather than using the static response.
docker pull damoeb/rss-proxy:js
docker run -p 3000:3000 -it damoeb/rss-proxy:js

Developing RSS-proxy

The project is separated into three modules - core: the feed parser logic, plain JavaScript - playground: the web app to visualize and explore feed generation - proxy: the expressjs server

For local development you need node 12+. Then follow these steps:

  • Install all npm dependencies ``` npm run install
- Start server

cd packages/proxy && npm run start

- Start client

cd packages/playground && npm run start


See troubleshooting.


See changelog.

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This project uses the following license: GNU GPLv3.

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