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Deploying the Winds API to Digital Ocean with Fabric

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Winds is a popular RSS and Podcast application provided by Stream – a service that allows you to build news and activity feeds in hours instead of months. Because Stream values collaboration...

Deploying the Winds App to Amazon S3 and CloudFront

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Winds is a popular RSS and Podcast application powered by Stream – a service that allows you to build news and activity feeds in hours instead of months. Winds is 100% open-source...

The Engine That Powers Winds

Winds is an open source RSS reader available in the form of software (MacOS, Windows, Linux) and online service. For those of you who don’t know, Winds (the popular open-source RSS and Podcast application)...

The Engine That Powers Winds

For those of you who don’t know, Winds (the popular open-source RSS and Podcast application) is powered by Stream – a SaaS offering that is specifically dedicated to powering news and activity...

Winds 2.1: Building Touch Bar Support for MacOS in Electron with React

Winds is a free, open source and multiplatform RSS reader (for MacOS, Windows and Linux). A Web version also exist. One of the newest and coolest innovations in the tech/hardware world as of...

Winds 2.1: Building Touch Bar Support for macOS in Electron with React

One of the newest and coolest innovations in the tech/hardware world as of late is the touch bar that Apple released on its MacBook Pro last year. As these machines have become...

Winds 2.0: It’s Time to Revive RSS

I love using RSS to follow the programming and tech news I care about. Unfortunately, the number of sites supporting RSS has been in rapid decline over the last few years. The...

Winds 2.0: It’s Time to Revive RSS [open source podcast & RSS reader]

I love using RSS to follow the programming and tech news I care about. Unfortunately, the number of sites supporting RSS has been in rapid decline over the last few years. The reader ecosystem...

10 Best RSS Readers for Ubuntu

Even if most of the tech experts actively claim that RSS (Rich Site Summary) is dead especially after Google Reader was discontinued 5 years ago but it isn’t yet as still many people rely...