Adding a JSON Feed to my site

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I've noticed that within the IndieWeb community, there are several options for marking up your list of content.

I've had an RSS feed for some time, both through my Jekyll and Hugo sites, but now I'm looking to extend my site with other formats.

And with this post, I'm announcing that I'm exposing a JSON feed for my site.

This was with some help from Arjen Schwarz's post JSON Feed and Hugo Output Formats to actually get Hugo generating it in the right place.

With a JSON feed, it allows for further interoperability with IndieWeb clients who prefer the format over RSS!

And I'm soon going to add h-feed support for Microformats goodness.

As of Implementing h-feed, and making all site content discoverable, I'm now supporting h-feed.

Written by Jamie Tanna's profile image Jamie Tanna on , and last updated on .

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