- What is SVG
- History Of SVG
- Advantages & Disadvantages
SVG is recommended by W3C and which is also integrated with the other standards like DOM and XSL. SVG is an open source technology.
The current version of SVG is 1.1 which was published as a W3C recommendation in August 2011. Earlier SVG was not supported by all the browsers but now supported by all the modern browsers. The wide Adoption of responsive web design with improved tools increased the use of SVG in web development projects.
- SVG images can be created by different text editors.
- SVG images are scalable and which are searched, indexed, compressed and scripted.
- User can be print high quality SVG images at any resolution.
- SVG is an open standard and files are the pure XML files.
- SVG images have big size even for small image also.
- Text format size also larger when compared to the binary formatted raster images.
- SVG is developed by World Wide Consortium.
- SVG images are defined in XML text files.
- SVG supported by all the modern browsers.