- As you can see in the samples I uploaded this morning, NAR (especially NewsML G2) content is fairly compact: Below is a news instance with minimum footprintMessage 1 of 1 , Aug 8, 2006View Source
As you can see in the samples I uploaded this morning, NAR (especially NewsML G2) content is fairly compact:
Below is a news instance with minimum footprint (from the tutorial, minus embedded comments): from the beginning of this work, we wanted XML documents to be rather small, so they might be downloaded quickly by a Flash graphic, or used by a mobile java application with limited bandwidth. The controlled metadata added to the content would then be used to create innovative applications, like the configuration of “semantic” alerts on mobiles.
My question is to the members of this list (note: I know that somebody from the mobile tech world just joined the list ;-) ): do you think that NewsML G2 could be used in the mobile environment?
<newsItem schema="0.8" guid="urn:newsml:iptc.org:20051220:story1" version="1" xml:lang="en-GB" xmlns:xhtml="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns="http://iptc.org/std/newsml/2006-05-01/" >
<locCreated code="cityfr: Paris"/>
<subject type="type:organisation" code="web:iptc.org" />
<headline>A small NAR compliant news item</headline>
<inlineXML contentType="application/xhtml+xml" media:words="30">
<h1>Check the first NAR compliant news item</h1>
<p>PARIS, Dec 20 (IPTC) - The International Press Telecommunications Council NewsML2 Architecture WP presents a small NAR compliant news item.</p>
Laurent Le Meur
IPTC NAR WP chair
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