Astro supports fast, automatic RSS feed generation for blogs and other content websites.

You can create an RSS feed from any Astro page that uses a getStaticPaths() function for routing. Only dynamic routes can use getStaticPaths() today (see Routing).

We hope to make this feature available to all other pages before v1.0. As a workaround, you can convert a static route to a dynamic route that only generates a single page. See Routing for more information about dynamic routes.

Create an RSS Feed by calling the rss() function that is passed as an argument to getStaticPaths(). This will create an rss.xml file in your final build based on the data that you provide using the items array.

// Example: /src/pages/posts/[].astro
// Place this function inside your Astro component script.
export async function getStaticPaths({rss}) {
  const allPosts = Astro.fetchContent('../post/*.md');
  const sortedPosts = allPosts.sort((a, b) => new Date( - new Date(;
  // Generate an RSS feed from this collection
    // The RSS Feed title, description, and custom metadata.
    title: 'Don’s Blog',
    description: 'An example blog on Astro',
    customData: `<language>en-us</language>`,
    // The list of items for your RSS feed, sorted.
    items: => ({
      title: item.title,
      description: item.description,
      link: item.url,
    // Optional: Customize where the file is written to.
    // Otherwise, defaults to "/rss.xml"
    dest: "/my/custom/feed.xml",
  // Return your paths
  return [...];

Note: RSS feeds will not be built during development. Currently, RSS feeds are only generated during your final build.