Google Reader won’t be around for much longer — mark your calendars for July 1 if you haven’t already. To prevent us from going into RSS withdrawal, Feedly has been working to provide a seamless transition from Google Reader to its own service. On Wednesday, the company launched a standalone web version of Feedly and the Feedly Cloud, a backend platform that will support all of your RSS feeds and provide an open API for app developers to tap into. Feedly currently depends on Google Reader’s back end to power its product. When Google announced its plans to shut down Google Reader, Feedly announced it already had its own alternative in the works. “We have been working on a project called Normandy which is a Feedly clone of the Google Reader API – running on Google App Engine,” a March blog post read. Two months later, Feedly is providing users with one-click migration from Google’s back end to the Feedly Cloud.