RSS .NET Component 1.0.0

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 Rss .net Component 1.0.0: Enable Your Application T


Author : Tortuga Group LLC

OS : WinXP,Windows2000...

Rss .net component license : Freeware (Price: free)

Added date : 5. November 2005

Release date : 14. September 2005

Download page : Get it Here!

Download Size : 795 kBytes

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RSS .NET Component 1.0.0 details:
RSS .NET Component: Enable your application to easily consume or create RSS feeds. Provides unified feed parsing support for RSS 0.9x, RSS 1.0, and RSS 2.0.


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RSS .NET Component 1.0.0 copyright

RSS .NET Component freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available free of charge, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay. The only RSS .NET Component 1.0.0 criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available at no cost.