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  • Update 2011-11-16 - Revision 24438 - Version ZF 1.11.x

    32.6. Consuming a Single Atom Entry

    Single Atom <entry> elements are also valid by themselves. Usually the URL for an entry is the feed's URL followed by /<entryId>, such as http://atom.example.com/feed/1, using the example URL we used above.

    If you read a single entry, you will still have a Zend_Feed_Atom object, but it will automatically create an "anonymous" feed to contain the entry.

    Example 32.3. Reading a Single-Entry Atom Feed

    $feed = new Zend_Feed_Atom('http://atom.example.com/feed/1');
    echo 
    'The feed has: ' $feed->count() . ' entry.';

    $entry $feed->current();

    Alternatively, you could instantiate the entry object directly if you know you are accessing an <entry>-only document:

    Example 32.4. Using the Entry Object Directly for a Single-Entry Atom Feed

    $entry = new Zend_Feed_Entry_Atom('http://atom.example.com/feed/1');
    echo 
    $entry->title();

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