Here Lives Feed2JS…
was IS a service that ran for 10 years, created in 2003 by Alan Levine, originally when he was working at the Maricopa Community Colleges, and later moved to a hosted service. It is was ending as of May 28 2013, for reasons explained. The current server will be shut down by the end of May, 2013 (most likely May 30, the end of the billing cycle, but I will be canceling the server on May 28).
I CANNOT KILL THIS THING, THE ZOMBIE LIVES!
Thanks to a generous offer from web host Brian Teller, who wants no big banner credit, Feed2JS has a new server home that he will manage. The free service lives on! Give Brian a big round of applause.
Here’s what you should think about if you still want to DIY your own Feed2JS.
- Look at switching to another service which provides the same or similar functionality.
- If you manage your own server, it runs PHP,and you can upload a few files to it, you can run your own personal version of the service. Full details on how to download and install Feed2JS on your own web site are available at the github code site, including options to limit its use to sites you designate.
- Another option to run a version of Feed2JS on Amazon’s Elastic Cloud.
I apologize for any inconvenience.