OpenSearch is a set of simple formats for the sharing of search results. Any website that has a search feature can make their results available in OpenSearch™ format. Other tools can then read those search results. For example, here is an aggregator that brings together search results from many websites:
OpenSearch is an open format with a Creative Commons license. Rather than reinventing the wheel, it uses the simple and very popular syndication formats RSS and Atom, along with a document describing the search engine.
Searchers: browse OpenSearch feedsDevelopers: start at the FAQ, How-to, Specifications, or Submit your search.
Samstag, Dezember 30, 2006
Autor: mydict um 5:15 vorm.