#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 52-54: Parsing RSS feeds with Feedparser
Lecture: Setting up our Feedparser environment
0:00 Okay, very quick setup for this project,
0:02 we're going to create the feedparser folder,
0:04 just like I have, and we're going to install our
0:08 virtual environment, very good practice as always.
0:12 Once it's up and running, we can launch it, venv\scripts\activate,
0:18 it because I'm a Windows junkie,
0:21 alright, now we can install feedparser,
0:27 alright, that might take a minute or two
0:29 to install, depending on your speed, and everything.
0:33 Once that's done, we will try and install requests,
0:37 and that's pretty much all we need for this project.
0:40 After that, we're going, we're actually going to use requests
0:43 to pull down the XML file,
0:45 and then use feedparser to parse the XML feed,
0:49 so install requests.
0:53 Alright, off it goes,
0:55 and we are done, now folder-wise,
0:58 inside your directory, I would like you to create
1:03 two Python files, one called parser.py,
1:07 and one called pull_xml.py.
1:10 Okay, just do that, empty files,
1:13 and we will continue in the next video.