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Sams Teach Yourself SVG in 24 Hours by Micah Laaker

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Q&A

Q1:Why would I use SVG instead of Flash?
A1: SVG and Flash are really not the comparable technologies that most people think they are. Flash was designed for vector animation, whereas SVG was designed to present XML content in a vector format. As such, if you have a data-intensive project, SVG is likely the choice for you. If you are trying to create a Simpsons-like animation for the Web, then Flash is most likely your choice for the time being. As SVG viewers mature in the future, SVG may become a more suitable contender to Flash's animation prowess.
Q2:When will SVG ship with a browser?
A2: SVG is already part of some browsers. Both Amaya and X-Smiles are SVG-capable browsers available to the market. As far as mass-market popular browser ...

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