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Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. RSS is an XML-based format that allows the syndication of lists of hyperlinks, along with other information, or metadata, that helps viewers decide whether they want to follow the link. With RSS feeds coming straight to you, there's no need to visit multiple websites to get the content you want. The summaries you care about are delivered right to you and updated regularly.

With JavaGalaxy.com RSS feeds you get...
• Timely information on your desktop when you need it.
• Updated Interview questions, new source code that has been added to JavaGalaxy.com


RSS feeds available for syndication:

- Java Interview Questions and Answers
Copy this link "http://www.javagalaxy.com/rss/java-interview.xml" and add it to your RSS/XML reader or Aggregator

- Free Source codes in Java
Copy this link "http://www.javagalaxy.com/rss/java-source.xml" and add it to your RSS/XML reader or Aggregator

- Java API Reference
Copy this link "http://www.javagalaxy.com/rss/java-api-reference.xml" and add it to your RSS/XML reader or Aggregator

How To Use JavaGalaxy.com RSS Feeds:

Aggregators are the most common use of feeds, and there are several types. Web aggregators (sometimes called portals) make this view available in a Web page; my Yahoo is a well-known example of this. Aggregators have also been integrated into e-mail clients, users’ desktops, or standalone, dedicated software.

Few webbased readers are Bloglines , Google, Yahoo's Syndication , Syndic8.com

 

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