# Feedraptor

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Feedraptor is an Elixir library for parsing feeds, inspired by Ruby's [Feedjira]( Parsing is done in pure
Elixir thanks to [Capuli](

## Installation

The package can be installed by adding `Feedraptor` to your list of dependencies in `mix.exs`:

def deps do
    {:feedraptor, "~> 0.1.0"}

## Usage

|> HTTPoison.get!() #You could use other alternatives like Tesla, HTTPotion, HTTPipe, etc.
|> Map.get(:body)
|> Feedraptor.parse()

# Parsed Feed

  image: %{},
  title: "IEEE Spectrum Automaton Blog",
  url: "",
  version: "2.0"
  entries: [
      author: "Evan Ackerman",
      categories: ["Robotics", "Robotics/Industrial_Robots"],
      content: "<?xml version=\"1.0\" encoding=\"UTF-8\"?><html>\..."
      entry_id: "",
      image: "",
      published: #DateTime<2018-01-24 20:15:00+00:00 GMT GMT>,
      summary: "Doxel's lidar-equipped robots help track construction projects and catch...",
      title: "AI Startup Using Robots and Lidar to Boost Productivity on Construction Sites",
      updated: nil,
      url: ""
    %{author: "..", ...},
    %{author: "..", ...}

## Supported Feeds

* RSS FeedBurner
* Atom
* Atom FeedBurner
* Atom Youtube
* Google Docs Atom
* Itunes RSS
* JSON Feed ----**COMING SOON**---- 😅

## Supported Feed/Entry properties

Depends on the type of feed, for more info of supported attributes check the [hex docs](

## Credits

After i started this i found a similar library: [elixir feed parser](, i took
some ideas from here, particularly date parsing. I will also like to mention [feeder_ex]( and

## License

Feedraptor is under MIT license. Check the `LICENSE` file for more details.