Filters

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SVG Filters - Putting Pieces Together

The construction of SVG Filters is one of those subjects that's great to study, because it never seems to end.

Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 06/14/2017 - 16:06
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Roll Your Own Filtered SVG

Sure, I know that SVG can be used to make straight lines, smooth curves and shapes. It's great for diagrams, icons and math textbooks, but what has it done for me lately? OK, I know that if I were a sufficiently talented artist with the right tools, I could produce an SVG like tiger.svg, but that's a big if.
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 08/07/2017 - 17:38
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All Paths Lead To SVG

I can understand the attraction of making shapes with CSS. It's kind of like a clever puzzle, which demands extensive experience with the multitude of features available in CSS and a lot of experimentation to see what's possible.
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 08/07/2017 - 17:38
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ViewBox - A Window Into The Soul Of SVG

I like to think of myself as a geek in the sense that I like to understand how things work. This is true of physical things, like quadcopters and 3d printers, but being a software guy it's even more true of software. Thus, when I first started playing with SVG files, I wasn't primarily interested in using gui drawing programs, I wanted to put all the pieces together myself and see what works and...
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 08/07/2017 - 17:38
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SVG - Turtles All The Way Down

Decades ago, back before HTML, WYSIWYG word processors, even before I started using TeX, I had the joy of creating documents using something called TROFF (pronounced Tee-Roff, with the emphasis on the Tee). It produced reasonably nice looking documents and it wasn't too hard to use for simple text.In fact, man pages were generally written for its close cousin, NROFF, which was used for documents...
Authored by Dale Schouten (Intel) Last updated on 08/07/2017 - 17:38
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