Posted by felipegaucho
on December 14, 2008 at 11:56 AM PST
I introduced the smallest atom feed in the world during Devoxx 08 - what means you can publish Atom feed without external libraries. I included a Grizzly example to publish the atom on the web.
I had another Quickie at Devoxx08, a brief explanation on how to publish and read Atom and Rss feeds without using third-party libraries like Apache Abdera or Rome .
As I promised during my Quickie presentation, click here to download the sample code .
Last minute update: Click here to download the smallest sample project as possible
In order to run the examples, please run ANT in the root of the projects and then use your IDE to run the main classes of both Desktop example and the Grizzly one.
* I will try to find a spare time for another blog entry with the details, but if you have any question please send me an email or post a comment in the form below.
* Ah, yes, smallest means less third party dependencies and the same lines of code required to produce the web-feed. I compared my code with Abdera and Rome, and I found almost no difference. So, I just released the dependency JARs, kept the same feed quality and used the same amount of line codes.