Simple List Extensions Explained

Simple List Extensions Explained Last updated: Mar 28, 2006 This document is a non-normative description (i.e. it is not an official specification) of how to use the Simple List Extensions. It will be updated regularly to address questions or issues with the specification.  The official specification for the Simple List Extensions is located here:http://msdn.microsoft.com/xml/rss/sle Overview  The…


Simple List Extensions Specification (Mirror)

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Windows RSS Publisher’s Guide, Part 1: Feed Auto-discovery

Today is the first installment of the Windows RSS “Publisher’s Guide.” Over the development of the RSS features in Windows Vista, we’ll post regular features on what RSS feed publishers need to do to properly integrate with IE. In general, these will be simply be to do what most people in the community already expect…

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Windows RSS Publisher’s Guide (work-in-progress)

Last updated: May 27, 2007 Welcome to the Windows RSS Publisher’s Guide. The goal of this page is to provide ongoing guidance to publishers on how to create web pages and feeds that work correctly with IE 7 and Windows Vista. In general, we’ll simply be repeating what most people in the community already expect, so…


RSS Features in IE 7 for XP and Windows Vista Beta 1

Hi! I’m Jane Kim, program manager for RSS in Internet Explorer. Now that Beta 1 of IE 7 for Windows XP and Windows Vista are released, I want to introduce to you to what RSS features that are available in this release. We also posted this information to the IE blog, for those who don’t…

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Longhorn (hearts) Atom, too

Yes, we love Atom, too. 🙂 For the past couple weeks, we’ve been working full-time on implementing the RSS platform features in Longhorn. Of the many interesting features the development team has been checking in, I thought this one might be found interesting: last week, Atom support was checked in by John Lueders (one of the developers on the…

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Our welcome from (and to) the community

Well, this is has been quite a fun 30 hours. Yesterday, at Gnomedex 5.0 Dean, GM of the Browsing and RSS Technologies team (and frequent IEBlog poster), announced a bunch of RSS-related features of Longhorn. Details of all that are on the MSDN site. The other main thing that Dean talked about is our interest in helping to…

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