A Beautiful Open Source RSS & Podcast App Powered by Getstream.io

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Winds - A Beautiful Open Source RSS & Podcast App Powered by GetStream.io

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Description

Winds is a beautiful open-source RSS and Podcast app created using React & Redux on the frontend and Express.js on the backend. Use the free hosted version or run it on your own server and customize it as you see fit. Contributions in form of pull requests are always appreciated. Activity Feeds & Discovery in Winds are powered by Stream, the app leverages Algolia for search, AWS for hosting, MongoDB Atlas for a hosted database (DBaaS), and SendGrid for email. All of these services have a free tier.

Getting Started

To get started with Winds, please download the latest release

Featured RSS & Podcasts

Have a popular RSS or Podcast and want to be featured? Reach out to [email protected]. We reply to every message.

Features at a Glance

Winds is packed full of awesome features behind a beautiful user interface and user experience. Here's a quick look at what the project has to offer:

Beautiful UI

Winds UI

RSS & Podcast Recommendations

Winds RSS & Podcast Recommendations

Integrated Search

Winds Search

Podcast Player

Winds Podcast Player

RSS Reader

Winds RSS Reader

TOCd

Roadmap

Help us improve Winds and/or vote on the Roadmap for 2.1

  • Search detail screen
  • Playlist support (partially implemented)
  • Team support (share an activity feed with colleagues or friends to discover and collaborate)
  • Mobile application powered by React Native

Powered By

  1. Express
  2. React & Redux
  3. Algolia
  4. MongoDB Atlas
  5. SendGrid
  6. Bull
  7. Mercury
  8. Stream
  9. Sentry
  10. AWS

The full stack can be found on StackShare.io.

Stream

Stream is an API for building activity feeds. For Winds the follow suggestions and the list of articles from the feeds you follow is powered by Stream. Stream accounts are free for up to 3 million feed updates and handle personalization (machine learning) for up to 100 users.

Algolia

Algolia is used for lightning fast and relevant search. We use their JavaScript search client to easily setup the Winds search implementation. Algolia, accounts are free up to 10k records and 100k operations.

MongoDB

MongoDB Atlas provides a Database as a Service, and serves as the backend datastore for Winds.

Tutorials & Blog Posts

The following tutorials will not only help you start contributing to Winds, but also provide inspiration for your next app.

Note: We're actively working on this portion of the README. To stay up to date with the latest information, please signup for the hosted version at https://getstream.io/winds.

  1. Implementing search with Algolia
  2. Stream and Winds
  3. Running PM2 & Node.js in Production Environments
  4. Creating a RESTful API design with Express.js
  5. Takeaways on Building a React Based App with Electron
  6. The Winds Stack
  7. Building Touch Bar Support for macOS in Electron with React
  8. Testing Node.js in 2018
  9. Simple Steps to Optimize Your App Performance with MongoDB, Redis, and Node.js
  10. Getting Started with Winds & Open Source
  11. Deploying the Winds App to Amazon S3 and CloudFront
  12. Deploying the Winds API to AWS ECS with Docker Compose

Download

To download Winds, visit https://getstream.io/winds/.

Contributing to Winds

TL;DR

Commands:

  • brew install redis mongodb
  • brew services start mongodb
  • brew services start redis
  • cd Winds
  • cd api && yarn
  • cd ../app && yarn

Sign up for both Stream and Algolia, and create the following .env file in the app directory, replacing the keys where indicated:

DATABASE_URI=mongodb://localhost/WINDS_DEV
CACHE_URI=redis://localhost:6379
JWT_SECRET=YOUR_JWT_SECRET

API_PORT=8080
REACT_APP_API_ENDPOINT=http://localhost:8080
STREAM_API_BASE_URL=https://windspersonalization.getstream.io/personalization/v1.0

STREAM_APP_ID=YOUR_STREAM_APP_ID
REACT_APP_STREAM_APP_ID=YOUR_STREAM_APP_ID
REACT_APP_STREAM_API_KEY=YOUR_STREAM_API_KEY
REACT_APP_STREAM_ANALYTICS=YOUR_STREAM_ANALYTICS_TOKEN
STREAM_API_KEY=YOUR_STREAM_API_KEY
STREAM_API_SECRET=YOUR_STREAM_API_SECRET

REACT_APP_ALGOLIA_APP_ID=YOUR_ALGOLIA_APP_ID
REACT_APP_ALGOLIA_SEARCH_KEY=YOUR_ALGOLIA_SEARCH_ONLY_API_KEY
ALGOLIA_WRITE_KEY=YOUR_ALGOLIA_ADMIN_API_KEY

Note: If you are running the test suite, you will need to have a test version of the .env file inside of the api/test directory.

Then run:

  • pm2 start process_dev.json
  • cd app && yarn start

Clone the Repo

git clone [email protected]:GetStream/Winds.git

Install dependencies

The following instructions are geared towards Mac users who can use brew (Homebrew) to install most dependencies. Ubuntu users can use apt, and Windows users will have to install directly from the dependency's site. Non-debian-based Linux users will probably be able to figure it out on their own :)

  • cd Winds/app
  • yarn
  • cd ../api
  • yarn

Start MongoDB Locally

Winds uses MongoDB as the main datastore - it contains all users, rss feeds, podcasts, episodes, articles, and shares.

If you're on a Mac, you can install MongoDB through Homebrew by running:

brew install mongodb

(You can also install MongoDB from the official MongoDB site.)

You can also run MongoDB in the background by running:

brew services start mongodb

Start Redis Locally

At Stream, we use Redis as an in-memory storage for the Winds podcast processing and RSS processing workers. It contains a list of podcasts and RSS feeds, which the workers pick up and process using the bull messaging system.

If you're on a Mac, you can install Redis through Homebrew by running:

brew install redis

(You can also install Redis from the official Redis site.)

Then, start Redis by running:

redis-server

...which creates (by default) a dump.rdb file in your current directory and stores a cached version of the database in that location.

You can also run Redis in the background by running:

brew services start redis

Loading Test Data

For testing purposes, you will want to use the test data located here.

Use mongoimport or mongorestore to import the data. There are two username and password combinations for testing:

Username: [email protected]
Password: admin

Username: [email protected]
Password: test

You will need to run the FLUSHALL command in Redis to ensure that the new content is picked up.

Note: This will override any local data that you may have. Please be cautious! Also, this will not create Stream follows – please follow feeds manually to generate them.

Stream

Sign up and Create a Stream App

To contribute to Winds, sign up for Stream to utilize the activity and timeline feeds.

(Reminder: Stream is free for applications with less than 3,000,000 updates per month.)

Add your Stream App ID, API Key, and API Secret to your .env

Append the Stream App ID, API Key, and API secret to your .env file:

STREAM_APP_ID=YOUR_STREAM_APP_ID
STREAM_API_KEY=YOUR_STREAM_API_KEY
STREAM_API_SECRET=YOUR_STREAM_API_SECRET

Create Your Stream Feed Groups

Once you've signed in, create "feed groups" for your Stream app.

A "feed group" defines a certain type of feed within your application. Use the "Add Feed Group" button to create the following feeds:

Feed Group Name Feed Group Type
podcast flat
rss flat
user flat
timeline flat
folder flat
user_episode flat
user_article flat

It's fine to enable "Realtime Notifications" for each of these feed groups, though we won't be using those yet.

Algolia

Sign up for Algolia and Create an Algolia App and Index

In addition to Stream, you also need to sign up for Algolia, to contribute to Winds, for the search functionality.

(Algolia is free for applications with up to 10k records.)

  • Sign up for Algolia here
  • From the Applications page, click "New Application" and create a new Algolia application. (We recommend something similar to my-winds-app)
    • (Select the datacenter that's closest to you.)
  • From the application page, select "Indices" and click "Add New Index". (We recommend something similar to winds-main-index)

Add Your Algolia Application Id, Search-Only Api Key and Admin Api Key to Your .env File

From your app, click the "API Keys" button on the left to find your app ID and API keys.

Append your Algolia application ID, search-only API Key and Admin API Key to your .env file to look like this:

REACT_APP_ALGOLIA_APP_ID=YOUR_ALGOLIA_APP_ID
REACT_APP_ALGOLIA_SEARCH_KEY=YOUR_ALGOLIA_SEARCH_ONLY_API_KEY
ALGOLIA_WRITE_KEY=YOUR_ALGOLIA_ADMIN_API_KEY

Start Backend Services

From the root directory, run:

pm2 start process_dev.json

To see logging information for all processes, run:

pm2 logs

Start Frontend Electron / Web App Server

cd app && yarn start

Running tests

Winds API server uses:

Tests are located in api/test folder.

File structure is intentionally mirroring files in api/src to simplify matching tests to tested code.

To run tests:

cd api && yarn run test

To run tests with extended stack traces (useful when debugging async issues):

cd api && yarn run test_deep

Adding new tests

Add your code to a file in api/test folder (preferably mirroring existing file from api/src folder).

Refer to Mocha documentation for examples of using BDD-like DSL for writing tests.

Modules are mocked in api/test-entry.js as mocks have to be installed before any modules are loaded.

Fixtures are loaded via loadFixture function from api/test/fixtures folder

Various utility functions are provided in api/test/util.js (See other tests for examples of usage).

Building a Production Version

Build a production version of Winds by running from root directory:

./api/build.sh

This creates production-ready JS files in api/dist.

To run the production JS files:

pm2 start process_prod.json

OR

Prepare the build for Docker:

cd api && cd scripts && ./make-build.sh

Build the Docker container (API & all workers):

cd ../ && docker-compose up

The commands above will prepare and start the API (and all workers). The frontend will still need to be started manually.

Debugging RSS & Podcast Issues

Unfortunately there is no unified standard for RSS. Go to the api directory and run yarn link to make these commands available:

winds rss https://techcrunch.com/feed/

Podcasts:

winds podcast https://www.npr.org/rss/podcast.php\?id\=510289

Open Graph scraping:

winds og http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2018/0509-amy-mainzer-neowise.html

RSS Discovery:

winds discover mashable.com

Article parsing (w/ Mercury):

winds article https://alexiskold.net/2018/04/12/meet-12-startups-from-techstars-nyc-winter-2018-program/

Pull requests for improved RSS compatibility are much appreciated. Most of the parsing codebase is located in api/src/parsers/.

Support

All support is handled via GitHub Issues. If you're unfamiliar with creating an Issue on GitHub, please follow these instructions.

Maintenance and Contributions

Thank you to all of the maintainers and contributors who've helped Winds become what it is today and help it stay up and running every day. We couldn't do it without you!

Special Shoutouts To:

Primary Maintainers

Contributors

Revive RSS

RSS is an amazing open standard. It is probably the most pleasant way to stay up to date with the sites and podcasts you care about. Our reasons for contributing to Winds are explained in the blogpost Winds 2.0 It's time to Revive RSS. In this section we will list other open source and commercial projects that are having an impact on Reviving RSS:

We are hiring!

We've recently closed a $38 million Series B funding round and we keep actively growing. Our APIs are used by more than a billion end-users, and you'll have a chance to make a huge impact on the product within a team of the strongest engineers all over the world.

Check out our current openings and apply via Stream's website.

GitHub

https://github.com/GetStream/Winds
Comments
  • 1. Unable to create a new record in a algolia index

    Prerequisites

    • [X ] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues Thanks a lot for this beautiful tool!

    Description

    Unable to create a new record in algolia index

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. Instal winds API in GCP ubuntu server 16.04 using guide https://getstream.io/blog/deploying-the-winds-api-to-digital-ocean-with-fabric/
    2. [Start it in dev envirment ]

    Expected behavior: New records inserted in a algolia index

    Actual behavior: Unable to add new records in a algolia index

    Reproduces how often: I try it more than 5 times in different environment but no solution

    Versions

    Winds v3.1.6

    Additional Information

    Reviewed by sejpalkalpesh at 2019-01-07 08:49
  • 2. How do I deploy to AWS?

    Prerequisites

    • [ ] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    [Description of the issue]

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. [First Step]
    2. [Second Step]
    3. [and so on...]

    Expected behavior: [What you expect to happen]

    Actual behavior: [What actually happens]

    Reproduces how often: [What percentage of the time does it reproduce?]

    Versions

    You can get this information from the manu. Winds > About Winds.

    Additional Information

    Any additional information, configuration or data that might be necessary to reproduce the issue.

    Reviewed by vincentroman at 2018-08-15 19:25
  • 3. Password reset doesn't work and changing password almost never works

    The password reset feature doesn't work and changing password almost never works. Currently neither the password I used before or the password I tried to change to works, for some reason. So it looks like I will be locked out of my account when I close my current Winds session.

    Reviewed by anonsubmitter at 2016-11-22 21:56
  • 4. Onboarding fails

    Just tried to onboard using Winds app OS: El Capitan

    Up attempting signup, I get the following response on the screen image

    This creates an account, but not with the entered password.

    I then moved to the web version, (El Cap, Chrome) and attempted a password reset. This sent a pass phrase, but when that was entered to the reset password screen with a new password, nothing happened, ie: no acknowledgement or redirect to another screen.

    Reviewed by mkarliner at 2018-05-24 15:40
  • 5. StreamApiError

    Prerequisites

    • [ x ] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    Wanted prepare my development environment to contribute on this project, but have an issue with the Stream API. The following error occurs if I try to signup:

    0|api      |     at Request.EventEmitter.emit (domain.js:460:23)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.<anonymous> (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/request/request.js:1079:12)
    0|api      |     at Object.onceWrapper (events.js:273:13)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.emit (events.js:187:15)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.EventEmitter.emit (domain.js:460:23)
    0|api      |     at endReadableNT (_stream_readable.js:1081:12)
    0|api      |     at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:63:19)
    0|api      | Error: {"detail":"Empty payload","status_code":400,"code":4,"exception":"InputException","duration":"0.12ms"} with HTTP status code 400
    0|api      |     at StreamApiError.ErrorAbstract (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/getstream/src/lib/errors.js:20:11)
    0|api      |     at new StreamApiError (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/getstream/src/lib/errors.js:87:17)
    0|api      |     at Request.task [as _callback] (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/getstream/src/lib/client.js:206:16)
    0|api      |     at Request.self.callback (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/request/request.js:185:22)
    0|api      |     at Request.emit (events.js:182:13)
    0|api      |     at Request.EventEmitter.emit (domain.js:460:23)
    0|api      |     at Request.<anonymous> (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/request/request.js:1157:10)
    0|api      |     at Request.emit (events.js:182:13)
    0|api      |     at Request.EventEmitter.emit (domain.js:460:23)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.<anonymous> (/Users/username/Documents/Projects/Winds/api/node_modules/request/request.js:1079:12)
    0|api      |     at Object.onceWrapper (events.js:273:13)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.emit (events.js:187:15)
    0|api      |     at IncomingMessage.EventEmitter.emit (domain.js:460:23)
    0|api      |     at endReadableNT (_stream_readable.js:1081:12)
    0|api      |     at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:63:19)
    1|conducto | info: conductor will schedule at most 1 of type rss to scrape per 60 seconds
    1|conducto | info: found 0 popular publications of type rss that we scrape every 2 minutes and 0 that we scrape every 2 minutes
    1|conducto | info: marked 0 of type rss publications as isParsing
    1|conducto | info: conductor found 0 of type rss to scrape
    1|conducto | info: Processing complete! Will try again in 60 seconds...
    

    The .env file is created with all 4 variables (STREAM_APP_ID, REACT_APP_STREAM_APP_ID, STREAM_API_KEY and STREAM_API_SECRET) for getstream.io. The account on getstream.io is configured as described in the README.

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. Clone the repository and setup the environment as described in README
    2. Start API & APP
    3. On Web or Electron try to signup as a new user

    Expected behavior: Signup a new user

    Actual behavior: Error occurs, and unable to register a new user

    Reproduces how often: always

    Versions

    2.0.4 and also tried with 2.1.45

    Additional Information

    Reviewed by g0g11 at 2018-07-06 23:18
  • 6. v2.0.238 not working, assets not found

    Prerequisites

    • [x] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    v2.0.238 not working Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND /static/css/main.395a5eba.css Failed to load resource: net::ERR_FILE_NOT_FOUND main.17a0307d.js

    Versions

    2.0.238 (2.0.238)

    Reviewed by alonprince at 2018-05-25 03:25
  • 7. Password Reset not working (404 on password reset url)

    Prerequisites

    • [x] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    Since I already had an account, I tried to reset my password. However nothing was happening, so I checked the developer tools, it seems there is a 404 on the reset url

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. click Reset My Password
    2. Fill in my email
    3. Received email with key
    4. Fill in the new informations with email, key, and new password
    5. Click on reset
    6. Nothing happens and 404 in network panel on reset url

    Expected behavior:
    It should finish the process to reset a password

    Actual behavior:
    404 on the reset URL

    Reproduces how often:
    All the time

    Versions

    Version 2.0.195

    Reviewed by valpinkman at 2018-05-22 12:06
  • 8. S3 Access denied error when attempting to download

    Prerequisites

    • [ ] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    As directed on the readme, I visited As directed on the readme, I visited https://s3.amazonaws.com/winds-2.0-releases/latest.html and clicked download. The result is an Access Denied error.

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. Visit https://s3.amazonaws.com/winds-2.0-releases/latest.html and attempt to download

    Expected behavior: I get to try Winds

    Actual behavior: Not able to download

    Reproduces how often: 100%

    Versions

    You can get this information from the manu. Winds > About Winds.

    Additional Information

    Any additional information, configuration or data that might be necessary to reproduce the issue.

    Reviewed by trivett at 2020-08-30 13:44
  • 9. Mark as read option missing

    Prerequisites

    • [X] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    I am missing a Β«Mark all as readΒ» option somewhere (global or per feed) Also If I go to an article and press back, it doesnt remove the green dot which I suppose is the read indicator

    Reviewed by borisrorsvort at 2018-08-17 07:18
  • 10. Can't add new feed

    Prerequisites

    • [X] Put an X between the brackets on this line if you have done all of the following:
      • Checked that your issue isn't already filed: https://github.com/GetStream/Winds/issues

    Description

    I'm trying to add a new feed - https://www.gamefront.com/feed/news and I just get "Oops, something went wrong. Please try again later."

    Steps to Reproduce

    1. Click "New"
    2. RSS Feed
    3. Enter https://www.gamefront.com/feed/news into "Add New RSS Feed" modal
    4. See error.

    Expected behavior: Add and parse feed from gamefront.com news feed.

    Actual behavior: "Oops, something went wrong. Please try again later."

    screen shot 2018-06-19 at 18 53 25

    Reproduces how often: 100%

    Versions

    Version 2.1.0 (2.1.0)

    Additional Information

    I built the feed in question myself, was curious to see if it worked in a third party application which isn't FireFox's in built reader. FireFox parses it and the feed does validate as you can see here: https://validator.w3.org/feed/check.cgi?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.gamefront.com%2Ffeed%2Fnews

    Reviewed by MadMikeyB at 2018-06-19 17:55
  • 11. "Invalid OPML"

    Reviewed by Yannsb at 2017-09-14 08:34
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