Google Feed API

Getting Started

Introduction

With the Feed API, you can download any public Atom, RSS, or Media RSS feed using only JavaScript, so you can easily mash up feeds with your content and other APIs like the Google Maps API.

The Google Feed API takes the pain out of developing mashups in JavaScript because you can now mash up feeds using only a few lines of JavaScript, rather than dealing with complex server-side proxies. This makes it easy to quickly integrate feeds on your website.

Application Requirements

Applications that use this interface must abide by all existing Terms of Service. Most importantly, you must correctly identify yourself in your requests.

Applications must always include a valid and accurate HTTP referer header in their requests.

Audience

This documentation is intended for developers who wish to add Google Feed functionality to their pages using the Google Feed API v1.

The Developer's Guide assumes a minimal level of JavaScript understanding. Target developers are primarily using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

The JSON Developer's Guide supports Flash developers, as well as developers who want to access the Feed APIs via the REST with JSON interface in other languages.

The Class Reference concisely lists the methods, properties, and styles associated with the Feed APIs.

Overview

If you're unfamiliar with the Feed APIs, start with the Developer's Guide, which provides a step-by-step to implementing the core functionality:

For a more concise list of methods associated with the Feed APIs, check out the class reference.

The Google Feed API also offers a JSON-encoded result set with embedded status codes. Read more in the JSON Developer's Guide.

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