RSS

Real Simple Syndication

Integrate the RSS API with the MongoDB API

Setup the RSS API trigger to run a workflow which integrates with the MongoDB API. Pipedream's integration platform allows you to integrate RSS and MongoDB remarkably fast. Free for developers.

Create New Document with MongoDB API on New Item in Feed from RSS API
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Delete a Document with MongoDB API on New Item in Feed from RSS API
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Find Document by Id with MongoDB API on New Item in Feed from RSS API
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Search Documents with MongoDB API on New Item in Feed from RSS API
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Update a Document with MongoDB API on New Item in Feed from RSS API
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New Item in Feed from the RSS API

Emit new items from an RSS feed

 
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New Item From Multiple RSS Feeds from the RSS API

Emit new items from multiple RSS feeds

 
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Random item from multiple RSS feeds from the RSS API

Emit a random item from multiple RSS feeds

 
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New Collection from the MongoDB API

Emit new an event when a new collection is added to a database

 
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New Database from the MongoDB API

Emit new an event when a new database is added

 
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Create New Document with the MongoDB API

Create a new document in a collection of your choice. See the docs here

 
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Merge RSS Feeds with the RSS API

Retrieve multiple RSS feeds and return a merged array of items sorted by date See documentation

 
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Delete a Document with the MongoDB API

Delete a single document by ID. See the docs here

 
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Find Document by Id with the MongoDB API

Retrieves a single document by ID. See the docs here

 
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Search Documents with the MongoDB API

Search for specific documents or return all documents. See the docs here

 
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Overview of RSS

With the RSS API you have the power to create powerful tools and applications.
RSS is a great way to reliably subscribe to, track and build around your
favorite content sources. Here are some examples of things you can create
using the RSS API:

  • A personal news website to syndicate articles from multiple sources.
  • A custom feed reader to deliver timely notifications of updates and news.
  • A live editorial dashboard to track news, trends and public sentiment.
  • An automated “report bot” to aggregate and report on news topics.
  • A competitor tracking tool to stay on top of industry news.
  • A custom RSS-based search engine or RSS-supported deep learning engine.
  • A live events feed to notify users and followers of new developments.

Connect RSS

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module.exports = defineComponent({
  props: {
    rss: {
      type: "app",
      app: "rss",
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    // Retrieve items from a sample feed
    const Parser = require('rss-parser');
    const parser = new Parser();
    
    const stories = []
    
    // Replace with your feed URL
    const url = "https://pipedream.com/community/latest.rss"
    
    const feed = await parser.parseURL(url);
    const { title, items } = feed
    this.title = title
    
    if (!items.length) {
      $end("No new stories")
    }
    
    this.items = items
  },
})

Overview of MongoDB

Assuming you want a few paragraph about the MongoDB API:

MongoDB offers a powerful API that allows developers to interact with their
databases in a variety of ways. The API provides methods for performing
standard CRUD (create, read, update, delete) operations, as well as more
specialized methods like bulk write operations and aggregate queries. MongoDB
also offers a rich set of indexing options that allow developers to optimize
their queries for maximum performance. With the MongoDB API, developers can
build a wide variety of applications, from simple data-driven apps to complex
event-driven systems.

Connect MongoDB

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import mongodb from 'mongodb'

export default defineComponent({
  props: {
    mongodb: {
      type: "app",
      app: "mongodb",
    },
    collection: {
      type: "string"
    },
    filter: {
      type: "object"
    }
  },
  async run({steps, $}) {
    const MongoClient = mongodb.MongoClient
    
    const {
      database,
      hostname,
      username,
      password,
    } = this.mongodb.$auth
    
    const url = `mongodb+srv://${username}:${password}@${hostname}/test?retryWrites=true&w=majority`
    const client = await MongoClient.connect(url, { 
      useNewUrlParser: true, 
      useUnifiedTopology: true 
    })
    
    const db = client.db(database)

    const results = await db.collection(this.collection).find(this.filter).toArray();
    $.export('results', results);
    
    await client.close()
  },
})