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RSS2HTML Scout 1.40
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Add RSS reading functions into your Visual Basic, C++, C# or ASP/ASP.NET
Hits: 385 visitors Publisher: ByteScout OS Support: Win2000, Win2003, Win95, Win98, WinXP License: Freeware Date added: 31 Oct 2012 Last Update: 28 Dec 2005 Downloads: 12

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RSS2HTML Scout Publisher's description

Add RSS reading functions into your Visual Basic, C++, C# or ASP/ASP.NET

RSS2HTML Scout is a freeware ActiveX .NET ready programming library that can add RSS reading functions into your application.
Key Features:
- No RSS or XML formats knowledge required; RSS, ATOM, RDF feeds support;
- Non-Latin feeds support;
- Built-in multi-threaded downloading engine;
- Built-in cache to speed up RSS to HTML conversion;
- Ability to filter feeds by title, url, description using keywords;
- Customizable ready-to-use HTML and CSS templates;
- and more!
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Changes on the new version:
+ RSS2HTML Scout now is completely freeware library. + New License Agreement * minor bug-fixes

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Version History
Version 1.40 added on: 31 Oct 2012

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Related Tags
    rss          reading          html          visual basic          vb          c++          c#          asp          template          filter          keywords          feed      

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