YumYum

Addon by Duncan McClean

YumYum Main Screenshot

YumYum lets you import data in common formats, like RSS & JSON and save them as Entries or Taxonomy Terms.

Data importer

YumYum lets you import data such as RSS feeds, podcasts and store them as entries or taxonomy terms.

Schedule imports

With the help of Laravel's task scheduler, you can schedule imports to run regularly or run them on-demand through the Control Panel.

Import history

YumYum allows you to view your 'run history' for a feed and you'll be able to see how many entries/terms were saved.

Installation

Installing via Composer (recommended)

First, run this command which will require YumYum as a dependency of your app.

composer require doublethreedigital/yumyum

Once installed, you should see a 'Feeds' page in the Control Panel navigation. From there, you can get started configuring your feeds.

Installing via the Control Panel

In the Control Panel, open the ‘Addons’ page, then search for YumYum. Go into YumYum addon page and hit ‘Install’.

Once installed, you should see a 'Feeds' page in the Control Panel navigation. From there, you can get started configuring your feeds.

Documentation

There's full documentation of YumYum over on it's documentation site.

Commercial addon

YumYum is a commercial addon - you must purchase a license via the Statamic Marketplace to use it in a production environment.

Security

Only the latest version of YumYum (v1.2) will receive security updates if a vulnerability is found.

If you discover a security vulnerability, please report it to Duncan straight away, via email. Please don't report security issues through GitHub Issues.

Official Support

If you're in need of some help with YumYum, send me an email and I'll do my best to help! (I'll usually respond within a day)