What is SVG?|
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a graphics file format and Web development language based on XML. SVG enables Web developers and designers to create dynamically generated, high-quality graphics from real-time data with precise structural and visual control.
With this powerful new technology, SVG developers can create a new generation of Web applications based on data-driven, interactive, and personalized graphics.
Because it is written in XML, SVG content can be linked to back-end business processes such as e-commerce systems, corporate databases, and other rich sources of real-time information.
SVG content can be customized and tailored for many audiences, cultures, and demographic groups. Non-Roman and other unusual fonts and typefaces may be embedded in an SVG document. SVG can also be dynamically generated using information gathered from databases or real-time user interaction.
Get your free copy of the Adobe SVG Viewer here.
An additional SVG plugin, named RENESIS player, can be downloaded here.