9th International Conference
9th International Conference on Scalable Vector Graphics
October 17 to 20, 2011
Cambridge MA | USA
Visit svgopen.org to find out how to particpate in the SVG community.
Light-up & Fade Techniques
Design your own Hollywood Lights by embedding ecma script inside scalable
vector graphic (svg) files. Respond to DOM events to deliver dynamic views.
An svg example that uses the equation of an ellipse and vector projection to animate an orbiting moon. All images are dynamicSVG and have a common ECMAScript implementation. Use simple known techniques in combinations to serve up rich media content.
Specs used by dynamicSVG
The W3C Recommendation for Scalable Vector Graphics 1.1 is a crucial
resource for dynamicSVG implementations.
W3C Recommendation for SVG 1.1
Dynamic SVG can be acheived by embedding ECMAScript in an SVG image.
View the ECMAScript Language Specification at http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-262.htm
If you prefer, you can serve up dynamic SVG content in Java! Read about Java Language Binding.