For anyone using the older version, now archived at http://feed2js.org/rss2js2003.html, it will continue to run and the code will remain available from there.
Hopefully you will find the new site more usable, with my own new cheap graphic, as well as broken into subsections- examples of use of Feed2JS, basics of finding RSS feeds, the web tool to build your own feed using our server, a new section on styling your feeds with CSS, and the prized item, download and installation instructions.
You will have to get the Magpie RSS parser from its own source and set that up. It is not all that hard, and no more complicated then the older OnyxRSS parser.
Finally, since Google found hundreds of examples of other sites using our first version (RSS2JS), most that never contacted us, we ask that if you make use of our free service/code, to just share a URL we can post as an example.
Okay, it is out there. Now help me find the bugs!
The post "Here It Is! A New Feed2JS (and source code)" was originally zapped with 10,000 volts and declared "It's ALIVE" by Dr. Frankenstein at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2004/05/here-it/) on May 23, 2004.