This section is directed at hosts and server administrators.
To install RSS-Bridge, please follow the installation instructions. You must have access to a web server with a working PHP environment!
RSS-Bridge comes with a large amount of bridges. Only few bridges are enabled by default. Unlock more bridges by adding them to the whitelist.
Some bridges could be implemented more efficiently by actually using proprietary APIs, but there are reasons against it:
RSS-Bridge exists in the first place to NOT use APIs. See the rant
APIs require private keys that could be stored on servers running RSS-Bridge, which is a security concern, involves complex authorizations for inexperienced users and could cause harm (when using paid services for example). In a closed environment (a server only you use for yourself) however you might be interested in using them anyway. So, check this possible implementation of an anti-captcha solution.