I’m pleased to say that after some very hard work in the past few weeks, version 2.0 of WP RSS Aggregator now gone live.
The new version has a totally revamped codebase, I focused on the plugin’s architecture, and it is now using custom post types for storing the feed sources and imported feeds. For those of you who have a lot of sources, you should see a good leap in performance when rendering the page with your imported feeds.
If you are upgrading from a previous version, version 2.0 should retain your sources, making it an easy upgrade.
There is now a new option to limit the number of feeds displayed, and I’ve removed the previous organisation of ‘Today’, ‘Yesterday’, etc.
I have lots of plans for new features in the coming months, so I will be following the model of Easy Digital Downloads, keeping the core plugin with the basic features free, and launching a number of premium extensions for those wanting the extra functionality.
Have you tried this plugin? I welcome any comments and suggestions for improvements.
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