Edit : the bundle is no longer supported, see this announcement
I recently released version 2.1.1 of feed-io-bundle. This is a major release as it introduces a web interface made to manage feeds and their content which you can try live here : http://feedio-demo.herokuapp.com/.
It’s also official : feed-io-bundle replaces rss-atom-bundle. If you’re starting a new Symfony project, I highly recommend you to use feed-io-bundle instead of rss-atom-bundle. feed-io-bundle will be upgraded regularly with new features and fixes among compatibility with Symfony.
rss-atom-bundle is not condemned to disappear immediately, I will provide a “passive support” until it’s not used anymore. By passive support, I mean taking care of open issues and pull requests until the end. So if you already have a project depending on rss-atom-bundle you don’t have to be afraid of this announcement, I’ll always be able to help.
I’m working on two things by now :
– Symfony 3 compatibility
– the ability to analyse feed’s quality with feed-io