This report showcases usage data related to Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) support. SVG is an emerging method
for presenting images that can be resized (both larger and smaller) without losing image quality as well as
decreasing the overall file size needed for various types of graphics and animations. We only list SVG versions that
have amassed at least 0.1% of the market share during
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Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML specification and file format for describing two-dimensional vector graphics, both static and dynamic (interactive or animated).
The SVG specification is an open standard that has been under development by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) since 1999. SVG images and their behaviours are defined in XML text files. This means that they can be searched, indexed, scripted and, if required, compressed. SVG files can be edited with any text editor, but specialized SVG development environments are also available. These offer a wide range of general-purpose and product specific features.
All major modern web browsers except Microsoft Internet Explorer support and render SVG markup directly. To view SVG files in Internet Explorer (IE), users have to download and install a browser plugin.
Adobe Releases Vector Graphics Tool To The Open Source Community
TechWeekEurope UK / 10/25/13
Adobe announces an open source SVG library
Inquirer / 10/24/13
SCALABLE VECTOR GRAPHICS (SVG) has a new utility, as Adobe has launched Snap.svg, a library that is available under an open source licence from Github. The new package has been designed by Dimity Baranovskiy who also authored the popular ...
Adobe frees Snap.svg to GitHub
ComputerWeekly.com (blog) / 10/24/13
NOTE: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is the description of an image as an application of the Extensible Markup Language (XML) -- any program such as a web browser that recognizes XML can display the image using the information provided in the SVG ...
With Snap.svg, Adobe gets animated SVG religion -- again
CNET / 10/23/13
Adobe Releases Snap.svg Open Source Project to GitHub
Wall Street Journal / 10/23/13
Accusoft Adds SVG, More Browser Support to Prizm ActiveX Viewer
Virtual-Strategy Magazine (press release) / 10/22/13
The new release of the browser-based file viewer features support for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), expanded browser compatibility, and more. Prizm ActiveX Viewer delivers fast image viewing and enables users to navigate, view, annotate and share ...
MathMagic Personal 8.6 supports SVG and more equation templates
prMac (press release) / 8/6/13
Now equations can also be saved in SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format for better compatibility with web browsers and other applications to display equations and symbols in high quality vector image. MathMagic is well known for batch conversion of ...
Vitamin: SVG Path Animation with jQuery and Illustrator
NewsFactor Network / 2/14/13
Scalable Vector Graphics or SVG's have been gaining traction in the past year or so as most browsers handle the image file extension '.svg'. You can see the break down over at CanIUse.com. In this tutoiral we will build a path animation using a super slick ...
Revolutionary technology allows programming a computer photographically.
Broadcast Newsroom / 10/17/12
More specifically, it presents the unmatched ability to animate photos by converting raster graphics to scalable vector graphics (SVG) format, with a number of other applications possible as well: Searchable Graphics - Make all image and video files fully ... Photographic animation inside browsers, new generation-interactive websites and ads, and many more application concepts are waiting for developers to integrate them into a new Internet reality. Examples like these can be generated in nearly all modern ...
Hacker finds second Chrome bug, wins $60000 prize
Tech2 / 10/12/12
The bug that Pie had discovered relies on a WebKit Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) compromise to exploit the renderer process. This time, he ... Recently, Google rolled out the first post-beta update for its Chrome browser for the Android platform. The update ...
Teenaged hacker 'Pinkie Pie' awarded £37000 for uncovering Google Chrome ...
ITProPortal / 10/12/12
Google has awarded $60,000 (£37,000) to a teenaged hacker who uncovered a bug in the search giant's Chrome browser. The hacker, known as Pinkie Pie, successfully exploited Chrome at Google's Pwnium 2 competition at Hack in the Box 2012 in Kuala Lumpur. "This pwn relies on a WebKit Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) compromise to exploit the renderer process and a second bug in the IPC layer to escape the Chrome sandbox," Chris Evans, a Google software engineer, wrote in a blog post. "Since this ...
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