SVG is the Scalable Vector Graphics format that has been developed by the World Wide Web Consortium. It combines an XML-based language with an extended PostScript imaging model (adding transparency and antialiasing). This category tracks the development of the SVG specification, as well as implementions of SVG that are being developed.
Two-part article by Shelley Powers, discussing how to use Scalable Vector Graphics to enhance web pages.
Description of the benefits of SVG and the various Adobe products available.
Official specification from the W3C.
Article discussing Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) by Molly E. Holzschlag.
Samples, examples and test suite results for animated SVG elements, attributes, properties and animation types, in some browsers and display agents.
A library of scalable vector graphics, clipart images designed to draw smoothly in auto-drawing applications.
Blog for software developers, publishers and user groups.
Annual developers conference on SVG for interactive web applications, mobile technologies, GIS, and design. Information for delegates, sponsorship details, and venue information. Also archived sites from previous events.
Reference pages extracted from the W3C DTD and specification, with examples and image index.
Collection of SVG sample and test files
Official W3C test suite for SVG 1.0. Includes downloads for test suite and harnesses, link to test results for six SVG implementations, and email feedback link.
Side by side comparison of a variety of images in SVG and PNG formats.
Online tool to converts SVG files to PNG, JPEG, GIF, BMP, PDF and other formats. Converts multiple files to multiple output formats in a single step.
How to use title, desc, metadata and other text elements in SVG and some ideas on presentation.
A detailed carto.net page on SVG, including history of the SVG specification, and the potential of SVG for cartographic applications. A number of useful examples can be seen on linked pages.
The SVG home page at the World Wide Web Consortium. Includes news, description, specification, and history.
Official discussion forum.
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