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RSSMii is a homebrew app that allows you to subscribe to your favourite RSS feeds and get updates at the Wii Messageboard!
 
RSSMii is a homebrew app that allows you to subscribe to your favourite RSS feeds and get updates at the Wii Messageboard!

Latest revision as of 19:24, 8 April 2021

RSSMii
RSSMii.png
General
Author(s)main(), Larsenv, Brawl345
TypeUtility
Version1.4.1
Links
Download
Website
Source
Downloadable via the Open Shop Channel
Peripherals
WiiDrawing.svg Wiimote.svg Loads files from the Front SD slot Loads files from SDHC cards in the Front SD slot

RSSMii is a homebrew app that allows you to subscribe to your favourite RSS feeds and get updates at the Wii Messageboard!

RiiConnect24 has revived this homebrew app after the servers used to send updates out has been discontinued. For instructions on how to set it up, click here.

Supported Feed Types

  • RDF/RSS (RSS 1.*)
  • RSS2
  • ATOM

Features

  • Nearly an unlimited number of subscribable feeds
  • Configurable interval for checking feeds for new entries (avoid using 1 minute, as this can lead to empty entries on your Message Board)
  • Runs every download tasks over 32000 times, so if you stop getting updates (after a looong time), just rerun RSSMii

How to use

You need a feeds.xml file in the root of your SD card. It needs to be set up like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<rss>
    <feed name="Nintendo UK">https://www.nintendo.co.uk/news.xml</feed>
</rss>

NOTE: For special characters you need to use a CDATA tag:

<feed name="Example-Feed"><![CDATA[http://example.com/rss-feed&someparam=true]]></feed>

You can use as many "feed" elements as you like.