Pipes is a powerful composition tool to aggregate, manipulate, and mashup content from around the web.
Like Unix pipes, simple commands can be combined together to create output that meets your needs:
Pipes only sounds hard. Watch our intro and see how you can quickly turn your idea into a usable, working feed.
Uses the census data from census.gov (in CSV format) to give a sorted list of population by state
Photo by Allen Skyy
This pipe is designed to use eBay's RSS API to find items within a certain price range.
Photo by Carlos
Build your own watch list. Displays last quote and chart. View-source and customize as needed. Best viewed as RSS. (Get as RSS)
Photo by Rafael Matsunaga
Earlier this year http://babelfish.yahoo.com was shut down. The Pipes translate module relied on this service and has also been deprecated. Pipe developers have been looking for a solution to this gap. One of the available free solutions we’ve been … more
We are introducing a new module, the XPATH Fetch Page. We are also going to deprecate the Fetch Page module at the end of June. So please convert your existing Pipes that use the Fetch Page module to … more
The Big Picture is a photo blog for the Boston Globe/boston.com, entries are posted…
Search for jobs posted on monster.com, indeed.com, google base,…
This pipe will get top 10 movies from Rotten Tomatoes and then use YouTube video feed…