The Feed Object embeds a Medium feed onto any web page. Multiple urls can be combined to display as many posts from different user profiles, publications, or tagged pages in publications. Refer to the Medium RSS Feed Documentation on available feeds.



Copy and paste the embeddable snippet that automatically integrates the latest version of the Feed Object.

Manual Integration

To use the feed source files, include the following scripts in your page. Replace {{ version }} with the semantic version in the top right of this page.

<!-- The feed component uses Promises so this polyfill is needed for IE support -->
<script src="" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script src="{{ version }}/dist/objects/feed/Feed.js" type="text/javascript"></script>

Optionally, but recommended, include the base styling for the feed. Replace {{ version }} with the semantic version in the top right of this page.

<link src="{{ version }}/dist/objects/feed/feed.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">

Then, add a container with the feed’s id and the execution script with configuration parameters.

<div id="js-feed"></div>
<script type="text/javascript">
  new Feed({
    selector: "#js-feed", // The DOM element selctor for the feed. Defaults to #js-feed'
    feed: "", // Required. The feed you want to display. May be an array of multiple feeds'

new Feed({}); creates a feed, accepting a configuration object as a parameter. The full configuration can be viewed here. The object should contain the configuration you would like for the feed. Note: the selector and feed parameters are required to display a feed. Below is a list of the rest of the default configuration options. See the Medium RSS Feed Documentation for more details on their feeds.


In the bundled styles for this component there are three layouts for the Feed items: 1 column (default), 2 column, and 3 column. In order to utilize the 2 or 3 column layouts, configure the classes.wrapper parameter to o-feed--3-column for 3 columns and o-feed--2-column for 2 columns.


The feed comes shipped with ready-to-use LoDash template components for Medium feeds. Each component can be overwritten with the template.component configuration parameter. You can copy the templates below to get started creating your own template and refer to the LoDash documentation for templates.

Templates are passed the config object and whatever the response of the feed is. In Medium’s case, they pass the feed parameter and posts within the items parameter in the response from their RSS feed. To see the data that gets passed to the template to use in your template, set the log configuration parameter to true. Open up the console to see the data for this particular feed demonstration.


By default the Feed Object uses an API from to convert desired RSS feed into a consumable JSON object. See the RSS 2 JSON Online Converter documentation for details. It will also work with a self-hosted installation of NYCO’s RSS into JSON proxy.