|Developer(s)||Dare Obasanjo and Torsten Rendelmann|
18.104.22.1682 / July 4, 2010
RSS Bandit is an open source RSS/Atom aggregator based on the Microsoft .NET framework. It was originally released as a code sample in a series of articles the Extreme XML column written by Dare Obasanjo on MSDN in 2003. The code samples were developed into an open source project. It is currently hosted on SourceForge and the primary contributors are Dare Obasanjo and Torsten Rendelmann.
The three-pane user interface is modeled after desktop email clients, with a tree view showing the list of feeds. The application has a number of features inspired by email readers and other RSS readers including:
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