It was way overdue, but now our Feed2JS service and downloadable code now offers support for RSS feeds that contain links to podcast media– this means any RSS feed with RSS “enclosures” can now be rendered in any web page using our cut and paste code.

Through a simple patch to the MagpieRSS parser library, and some new code under the hood, any media link found in an RSS enclosure, will be displayed with a “Play MP3” button or “Play m4a” button for an enhanced podcast item. A bit of effort may be needed to do the right thing with style sheets, but that’s all on you.

It’s all rather new, and I hope it does not cause havoc. Now available at http://feed2js.org/

The post "Feed2JS Downloads Now With Podcast Media Support" was originally thawed from a previous ice age and melted at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2006/05/feed2js-downloads-now-with-podcast-media-support/) on May 31, 2006.

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