First, what is this for?
RSS feeds usually just provide an excerpt of the original news. In order to process the data, we need the full original text, which is available just a click away. That's what FiveFilters (https://bitbucket.org/fivefilters/full-text-rss ) is for. It's a PHP application that generates a new RSS feed that contains the complete news / articles.
This tutorial also shows how easy is to create and configure a PHP runtime using Bluemix.
Open your PHP Runtime (the URL may vary, this tutorial's is http://mynewspaper.mybluemix.net/index.php )
Provide a RSS feed, for example
That's great. Now you have a RSS feed that retrieves the full original article/news.
Download FiveFilters And Add It To The PHP Runtime
Older versions of FiveFilters can be downloaded free of charge from https://bitbucket.org/fivefilters/full-text-rss
If you need support, then you have to buy a license (see http://fivefilters.org/content-only/ )
Uncompress the files into your eclipse project.
create this configuration directory and file (use Eclipse Navigator view)
Commit your changes to the GIT repository and push.
Get The Source Code From The GIT Repository
Go back to the Bluemix Dashboard, choose your new PHP Runtime and click on it.
Click on “add GIT”
Copy the URL and clone it using Eclipse
Import it as a Project
Create a New PHP Runtime
Log into Bluemix, go to the calalog, runtimes and create a new PHP runtime.
Give it a name
If you need to crunch English-based news data, consider using Bluemix Alchemy DataNews API. But if you need to get local news in your own language, this tutorial is for you.