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A method and system for displaying unsupported language fonts

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000213633D
Publication Date: 2011-Dec-23
Document File: 2 page(s) / 62K

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The IP.com Prior Art Database

Related People

Darshan Bildikar: INVENTOR [+4]

Abstract

A method and system of displaying unsupported language fonts is disclosed.

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A method and system for displaying unsupported language fonts

Abstract

A method and system of displaying unsupported language fonts is disclosed.

Description

Low-end mobile internet devices may not provide support for a variety of language fonts and hence users of these mobile devices may not be able to access web content in these unsupported fonts. 

The figure illustrates a flow diagram depicting a method of displaying unsupported language fonts on a variety of low-end mobile internet devices with different screen resolutions.  Content of any language may be provided to users with low-end mobile internet devices in the form of images.  Content received from a plurality of content feeds is processed in a feed processing system.  A backend system generates images of the content from the processed feeds.  An image may be rendered in a plurality of resolutions in order to be viewed on a plurality of screens of different resolutions.  In an embodiment, a number of mobile devices may be grouped based on screen resolutions and a common image may be rendered on each mobile device of a group.  Further, the content of the feed in the form of images may be split into smaller sizes to be able to present the user with a paginated view to reduce time required to download the images.  The images may then be indexed and uploaded to a cloud server to subsequently be pushed to a Content Delivery Network (CDN).  The images may then be delivered to a user’s mobile device from the CD...