Apache Abdera moved into the Attic in March 2017. Apache Abdera was a project to build a functionally-complete, high-performance implementation of the IETF Atom Syndication Format (RFC 4287) and Atom Publishing Protocol (RFC 5023) specifications.
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As with any project in the Attic - if you should choose to fork Abdera outside of Apache, please let us know so we can link to your project.
Some related projects to Abdera are:
- OpenDDR - this is a new version of OpenDDR, parts of which were migrated to Apache Devicemap, and now have been merged back to OpenDDR.
- YAUAA: Yet Another UserAgent Analyzer is an Apache licensed alternative to DeviceMap. Rather than employing a fixed collection of User-Agent (UA) strings as in DeviceMap, YAUAA performs a semantic analysis to determine certain attributes of the UA.
- DeviceDetector is an LGPL 3.0 licensed PHP project that parses YAML based device data in a similar way as DeviceMap/OpenDDR do with W3C compatible data.
- mobiledetect is an MIT licensed PHP project for detecting mobile devices.