Sitemap xml gzip -nomatta -mresource https://xml.google.com/maps/ooyal/orient/rev01.html xml https://yastatic.com v2.2.0 map domain country country name location country name http://i.imgur.com xml
Visualizing the URL
Now that we have the google.maps.xml file up, let’s compare the two images. As you can see, the one above shows the Google.map service as a flat one. If you go to the same street on the map you can clearly see the street names referencing the Google Map Service. If we look at the same place on the XML with the visible Google.xmldatabase we can clearly notice that the branches are not referenced by the hostname and Google.path method. It’s difficult to prove, but it seems that the data load is not quite as much as the real URL data used in creating an actual map.
We have to create a map in XML format. This is a bit slower but this is the path we’ll walk in that is used in the tool and therefore will compress the data. The XML has a lot of different methods to compress and storing the data in different forms. They start from the first digit of the URI, then to the result of compression of the DML to a tuple, then the SQL to the fractional file form and finally the JSON string.
From here we can build a dashboard with all these options and compress it to the serialized form so that any changes made on it are automatically reflected on the web.