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Free Plugins

When you buy the RSS Super Pack, you'll get 20 free plugins that you can use to format, filter, and control how RSS feeds are displayed on your website.

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What is CaRP?

CaRP is an "RSS parser" -- a PHP web script that converts content from RSS data feeds to HTML (the format of web pages), and integrates it seamlessly into your webpages.

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Free Bonus: Lobster

Lobster is a CaRP Evolution-powered RSS feed reader that I built for myself to solve a few problems I'd seen in every other feed reader I'd ever used. I liked it so much that I decided to give it to all CaRP users.

It may not have all the bells and whistles of some feed readers, but it's exactly what I wanted.

As a Mac user, I had long enjoyed using NetNewsWire. It's the best feed reader I'd ever seen, but has one big problem -- I can't keep my subscriptions, flags, etc. synced between multiple computers. Lobster is web-based, so no matter where I access it from, I'm working with the same account.

Until creating Lobster, I'd used Google Reader when I was away from my main computer. But Google Reader had several major flaws:

  • No access to password protected feeds.
  • Very slow to update less popular feeds (yes, I know you can force updates manually, but the point of a feed reader is to not have to do that).
  • No 3-pane view, so scanning unread items was much slower and more cumbersome than with NetNewsWire.

With Lobster, I was able to solve all those problems.

Lobster works with both CaRP Evolution and CaRP LE, but is much better with CaRP Evolution.