# Code Example
If you're developing an application which requires content extraction, you can use Full-Text RSS as a web service. See below for a simple example in PHP.
Replace URL in
$ftr with the URL to your instance of Full-Text RSS. Replace
$article with the URL to the article you'd like Full-Text RSS to process.
<?php $ftr = 'http://example.org/full-text-rss/'; $article = 'http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-21936308'; $request = $ftr.'makefulltextfeed.php?format=json&url='.urlencode($article); // Send HTTP request and get response $result = @file_get_contents($request); if (!$result) die('Failed to fetch content'); $json = @json_decode($result); if (!$json) die('Failed to parse JSON'); // What do we have? // var_dump($json); // Items? // var_dump($json->rss->channel->item); // Note: this works when you're processing an article. // If the input URL is a feed, ->item will be an array. $title = $json->rss->channel->item->title; echo $title;
# Other languages?
Full-Text RSS is available on RapidAPI (opens new window) which can generate code to get you started in a variety of languages.
If you're comfortable sending HTTP requests and reading JSON responses in your favourite language, it should be fairly easy to adapt the example above.