Massive SVG's easily converted for code.
With the latest release of the converter it is possible to translate SVG's so large that some SVG editors cannot show them.
- Circuit board
(250 Kilobytes with paths too big for the version of the editors tested).
Both the SVG and the SVGTOHTML files were almost the same size,this must increase (Still further) the possibilities of SVG / Raphael for future use in (even more) major applications.
The above is before we even consider the possibilities of Zooming within the browser content for example.
Note: The above converted file cannot be reproduced on this server as it was done on a development server. Currently getting the service provider for IRMW hosting to jack up their hardware.
January 29th 2011 0.6.
The BIG picture (Associated Technology).
You need some basic knowledge to follow this article, having said that beginners should read it also.
The topics included in Brian Suda's article can be broadly summarised as follows.
- The Raphael library over other big libraries requiring graphics plugins.
- Avoid locking up your data in Pixels.
- Raster images do not scale up or down very well.
- Deriving data from html.
- A small, useful project involving maps that you might want to implement yourself.
- SVG is a specification it's not software and why is this advantageous.
See the article
SVG with a little help from Raphael
Brian Suda is a respected author of internet technologies.