Windows.Web.Syndication Windows.Web.Syndication Windows.Web.Syndication Windows.Web.Syndication Namespace

Manages syndication feeds.

Classes

Represents a custom attribute not defined in the specification.

Represents the category of a feed or an item. This class encapsulates information in the /rss/channel/item/category element in RSS 2.0 or the atom:category element in Atom 1.0.

Implements the ISyndicationClient interface which retrieves feeds from a URI asynchronously.

Represents feed content including Text, HTML, XHTML, URL, and XML. This object encapsulates the atom:content element in Atom 1.0 and can contain a link to external content.

Represents an error encountered during a Syndication operation.

Contains information about a feed. This class encapsulates the information in the /rss/channel element in RSS 2.0 or the atom:feed element in Atom 1.0.

Describes the agent or the tool used to generate the feed. This class encapsulates information in the /rss/channel/generator element in RSS 2.0 or the /atom:feed/atom:generator element in Atom 1.0.

Represents an item in the feed. This class encapsulates information in the /rss/channel/item element in RSS 2.0 or the atom:entry element in Atom 1.0.

Implements the ISyndicationNode interface which represents a generic XML syndication element.

Represents an author or contributor of syndication content.

Implements the ISyndicationText interface that encapsulates elements in RSS 2.0 or Atom 1.0 that can have either text, HTML, or XHTML. In Atom 1.0, this object maps to an atomTextConstruct in the schema, which can be atom:title, atom:subtitle, atom:rights, or atom:summary elements.

Structs

Contains progress information for a data retrieval operation.

Contains progress information for a data transfer operation.

Interfaces

Encapsulates the data and methods needed to retrieve feeds from a URI asynchronously. It supports authentication.

Represents a generic syndication XML element extension.

Represents text, HTML, or XHTML content. This interface encapsulates elements in RSS 2.0 or Atom 1.0 that can have either text, HTML, or XHTML content. In Atom 1.0 this interface maps to an atomTextConstruct in the schema, which can be element atom:title, atom:subtitle, atom:rights or atom:summary.

Enums

Defines errors encountered during a Syndication operation.

Specifies the syndication formats supported by the API.

Specifies the text types supported for syndication content.