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Sams Teach Yourself SVG in 24 Hours by Micah Laaker

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Q&A

Q1:How detailed should an engineer's prototype be?
A1: The prototypes discussed in this hour should truly be as simple and basic as possible. Use rectangles to serve as virtually all content to be used on the page. If animation or interaction will occur, use the appropriate element, but don't worry about populating every attribute. For instance, the prototype should not concern itself with the motion path to be used; rather, it should contain a motion path to prove the design's ability to be executed.
Q2:Our design and engineering teams do not get along well nor do they see the value in working concurrently. Can we develop SVG in the same fashion as we've used before?
A2: Certainly. However, before you throw out the idea completely, consider ...

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