blindRSS is a very simple browser-operated RSS reader. You can click through the feeds in a sidebar, use the (hopefully self-explanatory) icons next to them to manipulate them, and do all the other stuff a RSS reader should do. It's programmed so that the feeds are reread by a cronjob or daemon, while as much functionality as possible is done within the client. Thus, the server only serves the data, not the markup.
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Release Notes: This version is a complete rewrite using jQuery that increases speed and stability and enables the following new features: an option to try to disable <scripts> in feeds; an option to cache images in feeds; an option to skip confirmation to mark all entries as read; the ability to add/remove Feed-Groups to/from the GUI; and an option to cache images in feeds locally.
Release Notes: blindRSS got a new layout based on Tidy Blog found on oswd.org. A search function was implemented. Support for filters was prepared. The option to display news items in an iframe directly on the blindRSS main content area was added.
Release Notes: The settings window no longer autohides when the mouse leaves its window. Options were given their own window. The "PurgeAfter" option was added to delete entries after a given time frame. The options are now also saved on the server. The RSS parser has been changed to MagpieRSS.
Release Notes: Hiding of folded up directories has been fixed. A new sorting mechanism has been implemented, and it is now possible to edit a feed's name, URL, and sorting order from the GUI.
Release Notes: The content area now resizes when the browser window resizes. Nested feeds can now be hidden from the display and made visible again by clicking on the arrow icon. The link to mark all messages of a feed as read is now completely hidden if there are no new messages, it's no longer just the envelope icon that will be removed.