December 10, 2019 – macSVG v1.1.6 is released, with bug fixes and a couple of new features: a new user interface for editing keyTimes, keySplines and keyPoints attributes in animation elements, and AirDrop sharing of the current SVG document to iOS devices through the built-in HTTP server. See the Release Notes for details.
SVG is an open-source format for computer graphics documents based on the authoritative Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) 1.1 (Second Edition) – W3C Recommendation 16 August 2011 from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), and is supported on most modern web browsers, and many application frameworks.
macSVG can produce dynamic, high-quality graphics and animation for HTML5 web views that can be displayed on most major desktop and mobile platforms, including iOS, Android, macOS, Microsoft Windows and Linux. This video shows an example of SVG animation in macSVG:
For many web pages, SVG documents are a good alternative to other image formats like JPEG, PNG, GIF, Animated GIF, Adobe Flash, and videos. SVG documents are mostly based on vector graphics, and the file sizes can be much smaller with no loss of quality or detail at any scale or resolution. An SVG document can also contain contain JPEG and PNG images, so it can blend vector graphics with raster images.
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