Posts Tagged ‘rss’

15 Sets of Free Social Bookmarking Icons

flying-heart-256x256 In previous article 480+ free and fresh icon sets help you to create your beautiful skins and themes in Flex we have introduced so many wonderful icons. Today we will continue. It seems the Digg, Twitter, Stumble, RSS, Delicious & Reddit become more and more popular now. It must make more attractive if use lovely icon to show them in your blog or website. Then we have collected 15 very beautiful sets of social bookmarking icons for you referece. Which important is they are all free. Why not have a try at once? 

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RSSReader–a simple example of Syndication Library

Newspaper-Feed-add-256x256 Problem Summary´╝Ü Once I want to display a series article of Flex performance from InsideRIA(www.insideria.com) in my blog. I recognized that the amount of the articles is increasing. I should keep the links dynamically. However, I am not the provider of the blog system, so I cannot modify the codes to meet my requirement. Luckily, I can embed SWF in my blog articles. So, I just need to develop a simple RSS reader in SWF format.

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Goowy–a web based application offering free web and flash email service

Goowy.com is a web based application offering free web and flash email service that enables you instant messaging, email, chat and much more.Goowy puts your rich Desktop email program on the web with a fast interface that lets you drag and drop, use context menus and enjoy lots of pleasant eye candy.

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MoFuse,build your mobile site

Hardware-My-PDA-04-48x48If you use a wap browser and than just search anything through Google, you will be able to view a generated mobile version instantly.Today,mobile website/blog/rss is very popular.

MoFuse is a new service that many publishers today have a need for. MoFuse stands for “Mobile Fusion” and it enables you to create a mobile version of your website. It’s similar to Winksite, a mobile conversion and community service that counts BoingBoing among its customers. However MoFuse is simpler, in that it doesn’t offer community features.

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