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YANET

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Yet Another NEws Ticker - a simple, small, and fast news reader with full support of Rss2 and a bit of Atom feeds. Yanet is based on QML a part of the Qt Quick modul from Qt 4.7.

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Features

  • full Rss2 feed support
  • partically Atom feed support
  • direct source showing (you don´t have to open a Browser for looking on the website)
  • very small, without Qt libs about 200kb
  • as many feeds as you want, no limit
  • Flash support in webview

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Languages

German

Intended Audience

Customer Service, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Qt

Programming Language

C++, JavaScript

Registered

2011-02-08

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