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Building Web Applications with SVG

Building Web Applications with SVG
Authors
Jon Frost, David Dailey, Domenico Strazzullo
ISBN
0735660123
Published
30 Mar 2012
Purchase online
amazon.com

Your expert guide to implementing Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)Dive in—and quickly learn how to add life to your web applications with Scalable Vector Graphics. Led by SVG expert Jon Frost, you'll apply essential concepts and techniques to enhance your application with striking and informative visuals—including animation, dynamic charts and graphs, overlays, and rich interactivity. If you're an experienced web developer, this book is ideal.Discover how to

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Your expert guide to implementing Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)

Dive in—and quickly learn how to add life to your web applications with Scalable Vector Graphics. Led by SVG expert Jon Frost, you'll apply essential concepts and techniques to enhance your application with striking and informative visuals—including animation, dynamic charts and graphs, overlays, and rich interactivity. If you're an experienced web developer, this book is ideal.

Discover how to:

  • Design and program SVG using both graphical editors and IDEs
  • Make use of SVG-related libraries such as jQuery, AJAX, and others
  • Create animations with the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL)
  • Use the Yahoo! UI Library (YUI) as an animation resource
  • Apply SVG to web applications built with Microsoft® ASP.NET
  • Build an interactive data-driven web application using a Bing™ Maps mashup

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