@miguelximenez The problem with Facebook and Twitter is that their APIs are very volatile. I know this, because I have worked with these APIs in the past. If you remember back several years, I used to have free stacks that could embed a Twitter feed and suchlike.
These free stacks got killed-off when Twitter and Facebook messed things up at their end. The InstaViewer stack I have has been severely crippled as a direct consequence of Instagram culling a large part of their developer API. And more recently the free MicroBlog stack barely works for anybody - again as a result of changes with Tumblr and their whole API going up s*** creek for the benefit of the EU GDPR police.
Twitter and Facebook APIs continue to be subjected to major changes or discontinuation with little warning or suitable alternatives. Additionally they expose website users to questionable data harvesting practices. Shady stuff I don’t really want to be any part of.
I would do my utmost to avoid ever building code or APIs borrowed from these types of services into my own stacks. It just would not be economically viable at $10 a shot. If I were to release an RSS / social media stack that required constant updates to keep it working with the likes of Twitter or Facebook, I would want to be charging about £500 a copy to make it anywhere close to worthwhile, for me to do. I’m serious.
A more generalised RSS feed stack would be feasible. Like with FeedSlider, I would prefer to use my own PHP backend to fetch the RSS file and parse it into the webpage as HTML. I would avoid the use of any third-party APIs or other stuff that would risk this thing breaking. I like to keep things simple and build stuff that will work reliably for a long time. In other words, I want complete control over the entire codebase.
If you simply want to fetch the last dozen or so news articles from your own blog and show them on a website homepage sidebar or grid, then that is definitely the sort-of thing I can say without doubt is technically feasible and I’d have interest in doing. But trying to pull stuff from social media sites would be of little itnerest to me, without the financial bribe.