Since our last update, we announce one of the most important features we released, Atom and RSS feeds. You can access updates to our blog content in a standardized, computer-readable format. As feed files using XML format to present data, it ensures compatibility with many different machines/programs. RSS and Atom are the two main standards of web syndication. You can access both of them, depending on your preferences, either RSS or Atom.

Why we support both Atom and RSS

RSS is a familiar name in the internet world. Many systems and news aggregators throughout the world use it as the many feed standard. Atom was developed to avoid the limitations and flaws of RSS. Though Atom is more robust than RSS, the latter still remains a widely used standard and has generally become a common term to refer to all feeds including Atom.

If you want to receive timely updates from our blog or to aggregate data, feed files would be a good solution for you.

Other improvements

Global SEO things

Image optimization. All images on our website are optimized and delivered to your browser in a compressed manner. Different image formats was compressed using pngquant, OptiPNG, JpegOptim, Gifsicle and Scour libraries.

Minified output. HTML output was minified to speed up load pages.

SEO improvements. To find us faster in different Search Engines we implemented a lot of different features, such as OpenGraph meta tags, structured data, Sitemaps, device dependent favicons.

Share link. Articles you like now possible to share on social media.

Chain of articles. If blog posting has a previous and/or next article, you can easily navigate to it using navigation buttons.

Breadcrumb logic. Henceforth in the parent category you can see articles from all nested categories.

Expires badge. If article or announcement has limited time to be shown, you'll see the expiration date.

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