Archive for the 'SVG' Category
There’s been an increasing amount of talk recently about web 3.0, ranging from discussions of the semantic web, to discussions about significant improvements to user experience. The latter was an interesting article, because it describes how, in that authors mind, Dojo implements a lot of features he defines as web 3.0! Vector graphics and offline […]
On the WebKit blog, Dave Hyatt announced that WebKit now has support for CSS Transforms. This is really interesting because it takes the matrix transformation possibilities from SVG, and moves them into CSS, allowing their application on any HTML element. I’d also bet that given WebKit and Safari 3’s solid SVG support, this was relatively […]
Eugene has posted his dojox.gfx slides from SVG Open 2007. It’s great information for anyone wanting to learn about dojox.gfx, or wanting to see a preview of the 3d drawing and 3d charting done this summer by our Google Summer of Code students.
We made the annual trek to SxSW this year and had an amazing experience as usual. This year I gave a short talk titled “Web Vector Graphics: Myth or Reality?” and did a Paul Graham style Q&A session at the end with a large number of answers in a very short amount of time. I […]
sxsw is nearly upon us. It’s that special time of year when the bay area tech community goes on spring break to Austin, TX, for the interactive portion of the festival otherwise known for great music and movies. This year, I’m doing a solo panel called “Web Vector Graphics: Myth or Reality” where I will […]
The kde project is making impressive use of native svg in the desktop and within applications.
ThinkVitamin is now featuring my article, Create cross-browser vector graphics, an article about dojo.gfx. The article is intended to show where we are today and what is possible with dojo’s vector graphics APIs.
Alex wrote a rant about our struggles with adobe svg, http requests, and closures.
Mark Dawson has put together a nice proof of concept for a collaborative svg whiteboard.