1. Yassin Philip
  2. nws



NWS est un lecteur de flux RSS/Atom en ligne. Auto-hébergé, if you will.

Description ici.

NWS is an online news reader

NWS is a php CMS to manage various XML (RSS, aTom, etc) news feeds and present them in a nice, ergonomic fashion. I made it to replace the online news services that I use up until around 2007, when they became bloated and crippled with spyware. It's really a barebones system, but I've been using it for <del>weeks</del> years now, and it basically does what I want.


  • AJAX (asynchronous) loading of the feeds (ie reload one single feed w/o reloading the whole page)
  • Handles any charset encoding/langage
  • Grabs the most out of the description text and displays it as standard tooltip on mouse hover
  • Does its best to parse any given feed and identify it w/o questions
  • Plays nice with different resolutions & ergonomics, ie phones, tablets, etc
  • Directly links to any included image (and sound file)
  • If any, displays item image, wrapped around text (displays it full width if it's the only item's element, or if it comes from a photoblog - set those up directly in the RSS feeds.xml file)
  • Totally self-contained. No linked librairies, online commodities or, heaven forbid, "statistics" trackers
  • Lightweight and standard (valid HTML5 code)


  • Copy the files in a directory within a webserver root.
  • Point your browser to that webserver's directory. That's it.
  • Oh, if you want to use the favicon caching feature (those favicons can take a loong time to get) make sure that the web server has the right to write to our directory:
    • On the average web server (Debian / Apache) it's generally just a matter of, in the root folder: 'sudo chown .www-data .'
  • or create it yourself : sudo mkdir favicon<sub>cache</sub>/ (NWS works perfectly w/o caching, only a little less fast)
  • Recommended : Protect (restrict access to) the back-office
    • Use a trusted online htpassword generator (You can also create user/password pair(s) directly on the server with the command "htpasswd -b .access username password")
    • Paste this user/password pair in a file, and upload it as nws/.access (or another - secure - location, see below)
    • Optional : Move the .access out of the http server root, and edit .htaccess to reflect this change.


  • Navigate the tabs with < left and > right arrow keys (and r & t)
  • Click the big "►" to view all tabs's images in a gallery
  • Click the small, item's "►" to view all feed's images in a gallery
    • Navigate the gallery's images with < left and > right arrow keys
    • Exit the gallery by clicking outside it, or pressing the ESC key
  • Use the "Manage feeds" link to access the "back office"
    • Use the "add a new feed" text entry field at the bottom to enter a new feed
    • Use the "new tab" text entry field to create a new category
    • Use the "change this feed's tab" menu to re-categorize the feed
    • Use the "promote this feed" (^) link to bump up a feed as 1st of its tab
    • Use the "delete this feed" (x) link to delete a feed
  • Or directly edit feeds.xml (way faster).
  • Use "Pin tab" in your browser to prevent tab clutter
  • Use Back is close to quickly go back to where you were


This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.