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Feeds in IP-- the future

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9 years 7 months ago - 9 years 7 months ago #9217 by tim
tim created the topic: Feeds in IP-- the future
Currently, Intellectual Property supports a few different popular feed format including Zillow, Trulia, Google Base, etc.

As I said in an earlier post, the Google Base service is being taken offline by Google in June of 2011. We have also been dealing with a lot of requests for different "custom" feed formats. New formats including hotpads, kyero, rentals.com and more.

Rather than add a new radio button to the admin every time we create a new feed, we've decided to remove the feeds from the product core, and let the user choose the feeds you want to support. This way we can quickly build feeds without modifying the core product, and without changing the database structure-- think of how plugins work for an idea of how it should be.

We hope to make each feed an installer package that will simply add the feed tmpl to the right folder-- but for the short term, you may need to download the feed tmpl you want to use, then FTP it up to your site. Once the feed tmpl is in place, the feed will default to "on"-- to disable it you'd just rename or remove the feed tmpl.

We'll have more info on this with the 1.5.5 release.
Last Edit: 9 years 7 months ago by tim.

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