SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. SVG files are in pure XML format.
What is SVG?
- Its stands for Scalable Vector Graphics
- It defines vector-based graphics for Web
- It defines graphics in XML format
- Every element and every attribute in SVG files can be animated
- It is recommended by W3C.
- We can integrate it with other W3C standards like DOM and XSL
Purpose of SVG:-
Its basic purpose is to define vector-based graphics for the Web. It defines graphics in XML Format. We can animate each and every element in it.
Advantages of SVG:-
- Its images can be created and edited by any text editor.
- Its images are scalable.
- They are high-resolution images and can be zoomed in to large extent.
- They do not lose the quality even if they are zoomed or resized.
- SVG is an open standard; we can perform a search, index, script, and compresses operations on it.
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