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    Do we support SVG?

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  • Paul Swaddle Paul Swaddle StreamServe Employee
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    This question has come up in and RFI.

    SVG is a platform for two-dimensional graphics. It has two parts: an XML-based file format and a programming API for graphical applications. Key features include shapes, text and embedded raster graphics, with many different painting styles. It supports scripting through languages such as ECMAScript and has comprehensive support for animation.

    SVG is used in many business areas including Web graphics, animation, user interfaces, graphics interchange, print and hardcopy output, mobile applications and high-quality design.

    Monday 18 January, 2010
  • Vyv Lomax Vyv Lomax Administrator
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    You can produce XML out from strs - but no SVG graphic. So in order to use some nice chart style graphics based on input I built an SVG based loop demo. Step one - get the input and produce SVGXML out > trigger a rendering engine with a command out connector and wips there you have your image. Step 2 - get your input again and pick up your newly created image and bob's your uncle.

    So NO we do not support SVG - but we can work with it.

    Vyv

    Monday 18 January, 2010

 

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