I'm not much into using Active Server Pages (ASP) anymore but I'm all about stylin' RSS/ATOM feeds to generate web content. So, here is a handy little snippet of code in ASP that does just that.
<% dim source dim style set source = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.DomDocument") source.async = false source.setProperty "ServerHTTPRequest", true source.load CStr("http://www.brianlawler.net/blog/summaries/atom.xml") set style = Server.CreateObject("Msxml2.DomDocument") style.async = false style.setProperty "ServerHTTPRequest", true style.load CStr("http://www.brianlawler.net/blog/summaries/atom.xsl") source.transformNodeToObject style, Response set source = nothing set style = nothing %>
A handy thing to remember about ASP (and why I still use this) is that ASP.Net hosting services almost always support ASP. Why use the ASP? Because those same hosting services don't always help you mix-n-match using ASP.Net with domains mapped to anything but the root folder or to using sub-domains. ASP, though not as slick in features as its ASP.Net kin, is much more forgiving. The script above can be run in any location on a server.