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Mozilla.org: Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) in Mozilla

Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML grammar defined by the
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). It defines a language for
describing two-dimensional graphics, consisting of vector graphic
shapes, images and text.
SVG builds on existing technologies
such as XML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), Document Object Model
(DOM), JavaScript, PNG, and JPEG which are already implemented in
Mozilla. So, the SVG in Mozilla project has quite a head start
compared to coding SVG viewer from scratch….”

“The current Project Editor for SVG in Mozilla is Dean Jackson
([email protected]). Dean accepted the position in January
2000 and has helped implement an SVG renderer written in Java. He
is a member of the SVG Working Group and will be spending the
second half of 2000 at the W3C….”

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