Atom


#1

Any plans for using Atom with rails. I saw the “Typo” project is
using MoveableType, Blogger, … but not Atom.

It seems Atom is not part of ActionWebService.

Has anyone done any work with Atom and Rails ?

Thanks for your answers,

Gaspard


#2

gaspard wrote:

Any plans for using Atom with rails. I saw the “Typo” project is using
MoveableType, Blogger, … but not Atom.

It seems Atom is not part of ActionWebService.

Has anyone done any work with Atom and Rails ?

Thanks for your answers,

It’s not hard enough to merit dealing with as a special case… there’s
an rxml template that’ll do it nicely here:
http://www.bigbold.com/snippets/posts/show/559


#3

On Friday, February 17, 2006, at 6:35 PM, Alex Y. wrote:

It’s not hard enough to merit dealing with as a special case… there’s
an rxml template that’ll do it nicely here:
http://www.bigbold.com/snippets/posts/show/559


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Yes, but thats just the atom syndication part. I believe the OP wanted
the actual API…

Is that finalized yet??

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#4
  • gaspard (removed_email_address@domain.invalid) [060217 13:30]:

Any plans for using Atom with rails. I saw the “Typo” project is
using MoveableType, Blogger, … but not Atom.

It seems Atom is not part of ActionWebService.

I didn’t realize Atom was a web service standard – I thought it was
comparable to RSS. I think Typo does support it in that context.

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#5

On Fri, Feb 17, 2006 at 01:40:57PM -0500, Rick B. wrote:

  • gaspard (removed_email_address@domain.invalid) [060217 13:30]:

Any plans for using Atom with rails. I saw the “Typo” project is
using MoveableType, Blogger, … but not Atom.

It seems Atom is not part of ActionWebService.

I didn’t realize Atom was a web service standard – I thought it was
comparable to RSS. I think Typo does support it in that context.

It sounds like the OP was possibly referring to Atomz (the cms), not
Atom (the feed spec)?

http://www.atomz.com/


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#6

I know this sample. It’s just the ‘read’ part, no ‘create’, ‘delete’
nor ‘update’, which I am looking for…


#7

Hi gaspard and all,

2006/2/18, gaspard removed_email_address@domain.invalid:

From what I see in the Typo source, there is no support for Atom
(apart from feed) :

We (me and one guy) has been developping a application on rails.
This application is a implementation of Blog.

It have some features includes AtomAPI (feed, post, edit and delete).
These codes release under GPL2.

You can see at
http://developer.berlios.de/projects/donrails/

Acturally, AtomAPI feature is BETA status.
Please see codes at SVN trunk.


ARAKI Yasuhiro


#8

Thanks for the link. I did an svn export of the trunk. It looks
exactly as what I am looking for. I will have a very close look at
your atom_controller.

Gaspard


#9

From what I see in the Typo source, there is no support for Atom
(apart from feed) :
Here are the used API “blogger_service”, “meta_weblog_service”,
“movable_type_service”

Here is a short insight of what I am talking of : http://
www.atomenabled.org/developers/tutorials/api-quick-guide.php

Atom seems like the future to read/write web content from apps other
then standard web browsers.

Gaspard