Tabulizer's RSS Feed Module

What it does

Tabulizer's RSS Feed Module offers a convenient way to display an RSS Feed that you have constructed via a use of Tabulizer's data source.

How it works

You simply select the desired data source from the list of available data sources, as shown below:


That's it! The rest of the parameters, are the standard Joomla module parameters. If you want to create a new data source of type RSS Feed Reader, please read Tabulizer's documentation, including the following tutorials:

Note: RSS Feeds are not limited to module positions, but they can be displayed everywhere, including Joomla articles and 3rd party extensions using data source tags. Use the Data Source Tags editor's button to generate and insert the tag.

Features

What makes Tabulizer a unique solution when it comes to reading RSS feeds is its extensibility. You can have an unlimited number of rules, each corresponding to a separate feature, to fine tune your reader and do things like:

  • Add pagination and filtering
  • Highlight items that contain certain words
  • Remove items that contain certain words
  • Limit the number of news items, characters per description, show or hide included images, optionally strip html tags or not and so on
  • Add your own headers/extra rows
  • Combine feeds from various sources (no limit)
  • Use URL parameters to customize the RSS Feed URL.
  • Choose the format of the published date or hide the published date
  • Style the resulting table any way you want. No more limited styling presets.
  • Make it responsive to fit well in smaller resolution screens (smart phones and tablets).
  • Enable caching, so the feed is displayed faster
  • Support for UTF-8 and other encodings
  • Add resulting output anywhere you wish (articles, posts, pages, modules, plugins, 3rd party extensions, etc). Just add the data source tag you are ready to go.
  • Developers (or anyone with limited knowledge of PHP) have the freedom to do anything they want with the use of modification functions.

Demo

Just look at the right and bottom side of this page. It displays two RSS Feeds:

  • The first one from Google News (Top Stories).
  • The second one is from the same source, but pagination has been added.

Top Stories - Google News
America will soon be ruled by a minority - Washington Post
Posted at 07.12.2016 19:38:07
Washington PostAmerica will soon be ruled by a minorityWashington PostStarting next month, the United States will have a minority government. This assertion flies in the face of just about everything you have read, because the Republicans will control the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives. But the ...
Secret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White House - Washington Post
Posted at 09.12.2016 19:38:02
Washington PostSecret CIA assessment says Russia was trying to help Trump win White HouseWashington PostThe CIA has concluded in a secret assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, rather than just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, according to officials briefed on the matter ...
Democrats vow to keep pressing coal miners' health care debate after shutdown showdown - Washington Post
Posted at 09.12.2016 18:33:42
Washington PostDemocrats vow to keep pressing coal miners' health care debate after shutdown showdownWashington PostSenate Democrats used a standoff over a year-end spending bill to appeal to the working-class white voters they lost to President-elect Donald Trump by threatening a short government shutdown over issues important to them. Democrats relented late ...
Gambia's President Jammeh says rejects outcome of Dec. 1 election - Reuters
Posted at 09.12.2016 19:08:00
ReutersGambia's President Jammeh says rejects outcome of Dec. 1 electionReutersGambian President Yahya Jammeh arrives at a polling station with his wife Zineb during the presidential election in Banjul, Gambia, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon. 4/4. left. right. Gambian President Yahya Jammeh holds a copy of the ...
Decision-inhibiting prescription drugs found in balloon crash pilot - KXAN.com
Posted at 09.12.2016 17:14:41
KXAN.comDecision-inhibiting prescription drugs found in balloon crash pilotKXAN.comLOCKHART, Texas (KXAN) — The pilot of a hot air balloon that crashed near Lockhart this summer, killing everyone on board, had prescription drugs in his system that would slow reaction time and impair decision-making processes, the National ...
Dylann Roof laughed during church slaying confession to FBI - Fox News
Posted at 09.12.2016 18:48:27
Fox NewsDylann Roof laughed during church slaying confession to FBIFox NewsDylann Roof wanted the world to know he hated black people and thought they were criminals. He thought about attacking drug dealers, but they might shoot back. So, he told the FBI, he picked a historic black church in Charleston he had learned about ...
Goldman Sachs to Extend Its Reach in Trump Administration - New York Times
Posted at 09.12.2016 18:47:23
New York TimesGoldman Sachs to Extend Its Reach in Trump AdministrationNew York TimesGary D. Cohn, the president of Goldman Sachs, is expected to be named director of the National Economic Council, which oversees economic policy in the White House. Credit Sam Hodgson for The New York Times. Goldman Sachs's outsize influence in ...
What is 'big problem' Obama supposedly shared with Trump? - BBC News
Posted at 09.12.2016 19:05:22
NewsweekWhat is 'big problem' Obama supposedly shared with Trump?BBC NewsDonald Trump said President Barack Obama had told him about a "big problem" for the US, but he wouldn't say what it was. What could it be? "I was actually surprised a little bit," said the president-elect when telling New York Times reporters about his ...
Trump looks to oil industry ally, GOP stalwart to run Interior - Los Angeles Times
Posted at 09.12.2016 19:01:05
Washington PostTrump looks to oil industry ally, GOP stalwart to run InteriorLos Angeles TimesDonald Trump is expected to choose Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington state, a GOP leader and strident advocate for increased oil and gas drilling on federal lands, to head the Interior Department. McMorris Rodgers, the highest ranking ...