When Google Discover was Google Feeds, was it possible to create a specific "feed"?

My apologies if I ask this question in the wrong forum: I am sure you will correct me and hopefully guide me to the right one.

When Google Discover was known as Google Feeds, would it have been possible, either through Google Feeds settings, or through Google settings on an Android phone, or perhaps in some other way, Add a specific feed to the Google feeds of a Google account, which would appear in the Google activity of this account, like ….

"Selection of" Photos at ***** ""

I understand that I select topics of interest via Google Feeds (now Discover) and that we know more about Google in the process, but I am particularly interested in the possibility of adding a specific element to this algorithm.
I ask, because I have seen this happen and I would like to know how it was done.
I have seen, several times in a Google account, next to the usual feeds, a specific feed, literally written as above (some details are omitted due to confidentiality).
How is it possible to add a specific item like this to something as generic as Google Feeds was at the time?

What am I missing when it comes to "…" when generating RSS feeds?

When generating RSS feeds, the RSS standard says that these translations must be done so that the content is not interpreted as XML, but rather as plain text:

'&' => '&'
'<' => '<'
'>' => '>'

And this is precisely what I do. No problem.

However, it also supports a "" syntax, described here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CDATA

Using CDATA blocks is like the first way, except that it is horribly broken: it can't contain "]]>" anywhere inside, because it ends the CDATA block!

This means that you have to make very confusing little "hacks" to be able to nest CDATA blocks, and since we are editing an RSS document with a bunch of random content, it can obviously contain "]]>" somewhere, so then you should apply an escape routine for everything you put in a "CDATA block".

So with that in mind, why would anyone ever want to use CDATA blocks instead of escaping these three special XML / RSS characters as defined by the standard? I do not understand.

The only assumption I have is that if you have tonnes of content, then the number of bytes could become large if you have a bunch of "<" stuff everywhere, compared to just a CDATA start / end tag with single characters inside …

So maybe I answered my own question right away, but is that the only reason to "save a few bytes of network traffic"? The part where you have to escape the internal CDATA end tags dissuades me from using CDATA blocks.

AWS DynamoDB Feeds – Can I treat it with any number of lambdas?

therefore, I plan to process the changes in some DynamoDB tables that I have.
I'm not sure if I should freely create Lambda triggers directly from the streams and execute my desired logic, or create a lambda which reads the stream and sends an SNS subject to an SQS queue, where the real treatment will occur.

The thing that made me ask the question is the fact that it is recommended not to read more than 2 processes from the same stream fragment.

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazondynamodb/latest/developerguide/Streams.html
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So, should I do:

  • Streams -> Lambda (full processing)
  • Flux -> Lambda -> SQS Queue -> Lambda (full processing)

Thanks in advance.

feeds – RSS aggregator for academic portfolio

I migrate my personal web page (a portfolio) from wordpress to github pages, based on the repo academicpages.github.io.
Previously, I had a page to list my publications on Inspire, created automatically via wp-rss -gregator.
I'm trying to recreate the same workflow and I would like to ask which is the best rss aggregator to do it, apart from wordpress.

feeds – The dynamic value of the field, according to the authorized user

Friends, hello. I ask for help, I can't understand it. I have the following task: There is a type of node "product", it has a field "field_product_url". A link is imported into this field using the Flux module. The link is usually in ad.admitad.com/blabla/blabla/subid1=userid format. I need this after the user logs on, the user ID changes to the user ID of the user who has logged on to the site. For example, for a user with uid 2, the link should be like this: ad.admitad.com/blabla/blabla/subid1=2. In other words, the value of this field must be dynamic and change for each user. The hook_node_view advised me, but I still didn't understand how to do it. Please indicate how I can resolve this issue. I will be grateful].

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I'm new to WordPress and started with Bluehost.

Basically – I'm trying to do the next things for my site and I'm looking for recommendations from experienced developers:

  1. Connection plugin, free or not used. It should include login via Facebook, Gmail, username / password and phone number.
  2. For each user, I want to add 0-10 subprofiles (like cars owned by the user).
  3. For each car user, you can create an article with different fields.
  4. The user can search for particular car models and the type of message and search results displayed in a feed similar to Instagram. Where you can click on the post and open the full post.
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Creating an overview map using Java feeds

I wrote a collector who would take a flow of Map.Entry that I want to turn into Map>

  .collect(
    ConcurrentHashMap::new,
    (map, entry) -> {
      map.computeIfAbsent(
        entry.getKey(), 
        HashSet::new
      );
    },
    (map1, map2) -> {
      map2.forEach((map2Key, map2Object) -> {
        final Set observations = 
          map1.computeIfAbsent(map2Key, HashSet::new);
          observations.addAll(map2Object);
        }
      );
    }
  )

I was wondering if there was an integrated way to do this, as this seems to be a common thing to do.

c ++ – When should you use the failure function for feeds?

For my program, I am supposed to read in a file "sales.txt" which contains the name of a seller and the dollar amount of a sale. The file is sorted alphabetically so that if a person has made multiple sales, his name will appear consecutively with the corresponding dollar amount. Then, I am supposed to print the total amount of sales for each seller. But my question is: when should I use the function fail for the fins and fout?

if(fin.fail())
{ cout << "Error n";
  exit(1);
} 

This instructional pdf that I read online says that you should never assume that opening a file has succeeded and so you must always test that it has succeeded before continuing. However, the answer that has been provided for this problem example does not include the failure function. What exactly does exit (1) do?

java – Is there an elegant way to analyze the string in the code below using feeds or some other way?

I have a HashMap and I want to convert data to a Response object. Is it possible to get the code below that analyzes the chain more efficiently, optimized and cleaner? Maybe using feeds?

class Converter{

   public static void main(String() args) {

      Map map = new HashMap();
      map.put("111", 80) // first 
      map.put("1A9-ppp", 190) // second
      map.put("98U-6765", 900) // third
      map.put("999-aa-local", 95) // fourth

      List products = new ArrayList<>();
      for(String key : map.keySet()){
        FinalProduct response = new FinalProduct();
        String() str  = key.split("\-");
        response.id = str(0) //id is always present in key i.e 111, 1A9, 98U,999
        if(str.length == 2) {
             if(str.matches("-?\d+(\.\d+)?");){ // check if is numeric
                  response.code = str(1); // 6765
             }
             else{
                  response.city = str(1); //ppp
             }
        }
         if(str.length == 3){
                  response.client = str(1); //aa
                  response.type = str(2);   // local
         } 
        response.qty = map.get(key);
        products.add(response);
      }
   }
}


class FinalProduct{

String id;
String city;
Long code;
String client;
String type;
Long qty;
// getters and setters
}