Look and Feel in LC8

Alejandro Tejada capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 13 01:09:06 CET 2016


Hi Colin,

Colin Holgate-3 wrote
> This part seems wrong. According to Mr Wikipedia, SVG competed with a
> couple of other vector graphic formats, and all three were for still
> images. Recently there has also been animated SVG, which arguably could be
> used to replace either animated GIF or simple Flash animations.
> Amusingly, one of the best tools to make animated SVG is Flash
> Professional (now Adobe Animate).

Yes, my assumption that Adobe created SVG to replace Flash is wrong, but
that is how it was perceived. SVG was perceived as Flash replacement...

"To keep Mozilla competitive, allow SVG to reach its full potential, and
help kill Flash..."

"Maybe it's just me, but I'm wondering when SVG will become Flash. Or am I
comparing apples and oranges here?"

"SVG replaces PDF (Acrobat format). SVG plus SMIL replaces SWF (Flash
format), as replacing SWF for use in animated presentations...

http://tech.slashdot.org/story/04/03/24/1413207/svg-and-the-free-desktops


"Scalable Vector Graphics: It's text based (XML actually), it's an open
standard, it can be created dynamically, it's graphics, it's text, it's
interactive, it's zoomable, it's animated, it's ready to replace Flash. It's
SVG."

http://www.johnandrea.ca/svg/


"Will SVG replace Flash? Not likely. Certainly not any time soon. Will SVG
evolve into a useful tool for creating scriptable vector graphics? We think
it will."

http://alistapart.com/article/smil

and there are a lot more comments like these all around the web.
Specially, after Adobe bought Macromedia and left their own SVG plugin
(Adobe SVG viewer) to die in the hands of their users.

Anyway, the past is long gone.
SVG Tiny 1.1 is what we need in LiveCode
(without interaction, animation and hyperlinking).

Alejandro




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