DevHD believes in cloud services, RSS, microformats, OpenID, social connectivity mashups.
The DevHD team has two projects: streets and feedly.
feedly is an attempt to use everything which is good in cloud service, RSS and social connectivity to create a more social and magazine-like start experience. Think MyYahoo meets Digg meets Wired.
Streets is a more generic mash-up framework which tries to isolate and encapsulates things that are needed to build feedly but are not specific to feedly.
With the help of a panel of 200 users, they have iterated seven times since the inception of the project. If you are interested in learning more about the path they have taken and the lessons they learnt, you can read their blog.
|Launch Date||June 15, 2008|
Feedly organizes your favorite web sites into a fun, magazine-like start page.
The result is a comprehensive location where you can read the news that is most important to you without the effort of filtering and scanning through hundreds of posts that may not be immediately relevant to you even if they are coming from a blog or site you ordinarily enjoy.
Feedly’s key differentiation is how it seamlessly integrates feeds and services into a fun, magazine-like experience.