Svg Essentials

Author: J. David Eisenberg
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491945338
Size: 20,73 MB
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Annotation Scalable Vector Graphics - or SVG - is the XML-based graphics standard from the W3C that enables Web documents to be smaller, faster and more interactive. This book goes through the ins and outs of SVG, from the basics to more complicated features.

Svg Essentials

Author: J. David Eisenberg
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449313817
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Scalable Vector Graphics -- or SVG -- is the new XML-based graphics standard from the W3C that will enable Web documents to be smaller, faster and more interactive. J. David Eisenberg's insightful book takes you through the ins and outs of SVG, beginning with basics needed to create simple line drawings and then moving through more complicated features like filters, transformations, and integration with Java, Perl, and XSLT.Unlike GIFs, JPEGs or PNGs (which are bitmapped), SVG images are both resolution- and device-independent, so that they can scale up or down to fit proportionally into any size display or any Internet device -- from PDAs to large office monitors and high-resolution printers. Smaller than bitmapped files and faster to download, SVG images can be rendered with different CSS styles for each environment. They work well across a range of available bandwidths.SVG makes it possible for designers to escape the constant need to update graphics by hand or use custom code to generate bitmap images. And while SVG was created with the Web in mind, the language has a variety of other uses. SVG greatly simplifies tasks like: Creating web sites whose graphics reflect the content of the page, changing automatically if the content changes Generating graphs and charts from information stored in a wide variety of sources Exchanging detailed drawings, from architectural plans to CAD layouts to project management diagrams Creating diagrams that users can explore by zooming in and panning around Generating bitmap images for use in older browsers using simple automatable templates Managing graphics that support multiple languages or translations Creating complex animation By focusing sharply on the markup at the foundation of SVG, SVG Essentials gives you a solid base on which to create your own custom tools. Explanations of key technical tools -- like XML, matrix math, and scripting -- are included as appendices, along with a reference to the SVG vocabulary.Whether you're a graphic designer in search of new tools or a programmer dealing with the complex task of creating and managing graphics, SVG Essentials provides you with the means to take advantage of SVG.

Svg Essentials

Author: J. David Eisenberg
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1449313213
Size: 20,50 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Scalable Vector Graphics -- or SVG -- is the new XML-based graphics standard from the W3C that will enable Web documents to be smaller, faster and more interactive. J. David Eisenberg's insightful book takes you through the ins and outs of SVG, beginning with basics needed to create simple line drawings and then moving through more complicated features like filters, transformations, and integration with Java, Perl, and XSLT.Unlike GIFs, JPEGs or PNGs (which are bitmapped), SVG images are both resolution- and device-independent, so that they can scale up or down to fit proportionally into any size display or any Internet device -- from PDAs to large office monitors and high-resolution printers. Smaller than bitmapped files and faster to download, SVG images can be rendered with different CSS styles for each environment. They work well across a range of available bandwidths.SVG makes it possible for designers to escape the constant need to update graphics by hand or use custom code to generate bitmap images. And while SVG was created with the Web in mind, the language has a variety of other uses. SVG greatly simplifies tasks like: Creating web sites whose graphics reflect the content of the page, changing automatically if the content changes Generating graphs and charts from information stored in a wide variety of sources Exchanging detailed drawings, from architectural plans to CAD layouts to project management diagrams Creating diagrams that users can explore by zooming in and panning around Generating bitmap images for use in older browsers using simple automatable templates Managing graphics that support multiple languages or translations Creating complex animation By focusing sharply on the markup at the foundation of SVG, SVG Essentials gives you a solid base on which to create your own custom tools. Explanations of key technical tools -- like XML, matrix math, and scripting -- are included as appendices, along with a reference to the SVG vocabulary.Whether you're a graphic designer in search of new tools or a programmer dealing with the complex task of creating and managing graphics, SVG Essentials provides you with the means to take advantage of SVG.

Biotechnology

Author: John E. Smith
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139476805
Size: 14,89 MB
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Biotechnology is the major technology of the 21st century, yet few people realise how much it impacts on many aspects of human society. The defining aim of this new fifth edition is to re-establish the correct understanding of the term biotechnology. Using the straightforward style that made the previous editions of his textbook so popular, John Smith once again helps students with the deciphering and use of biological knowledge. He explains the historical developments in biotechnology and the range of activities from brewing beer, the treatment of sewage and other wastes, and the creation of biofuels. He also discusses the innovations in molecular biology, genomics and proteomics, systems biology and their impact on new biotechnology. In this edition John Smith also re-examines the ethics and morality of aspects of biotechnology and puts new emphasis on stem cells and regenerative medicine and micro RNA.

Svg Animations

Author: Sarah Drasner
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491939672
Size: 16,70 MB
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SVG is extremely powerful, with its reduced HTTP requests and crispness on any display. It becomes increasingly more interesting as you explore its capabilities for responsive animation and performance boons. When you animate SVG, you must be aware of normal image traits like composition, color, implementation, and optimization. But when you animate, it increases the complexity of each of these factors exponentially. This practical book takes a deep dive into how you can to solve these problems with stability, performance, and creativity in mind. Learn how to make SVG cross-browser compatible, backwards compatible, optimized, and responsive Plan and debug animation Make a complex animation responsive, as many sites are responsive Profile each animation technique in terms of performance so that you know what you're getting in to with each library or native technology

Using Svg With Css3 And Html5

Author: Amelia Bellamy-Royds
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491921943
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Using Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) for illustrations only scratches the surface of this format’s potential on the web. With this practical guide, you’ll learn how to use SVG not only for illustrations but also as graphical documents that you can integrate into complex HTML5 web pages, and style with custom CSS. Web developers will discover ways to adapt designs by adding data based graphics, dynamic styles, interaction, or animation. Divided into five parts, this book includes: SVG on the web: Understand how SVG works with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to define graphics Drawing with markup: Learn the vector language of x and y coordinates that let SVG create basic and custom shapes Putting graphics in their place: Use the coordinate system to draw SVG shapes and text at different scales and positions Artistic touches: Explore how color is used, how strokes are created and manipulated, and how graphical effects like filters, clipping, and masking are applied SVG as an application: Make your graphic more accessible to humans and computers, and learn how to make it interactive or animated

Svg

Author: Oswald Campesato
Editor: Stylus Publishing, LLC
ISBN: 1944534695
Size: 13,13 MB
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As part of the Pocket Primer series, this book provides an overview of the major aspects and the source code to use SVG. This Pocket Primer is primarily for self-directed learners who want to learn SVG and it serves as a starting point for deeper exploration of its programming. Features: •Includes companion files with all of the source code and images from the book •Contains material devoted to SVG gradients and filters, graphics, animation, etc., use with CSS3, D3, Angular2, and covers SVG application programming interfaces and other toolkits •Provides a solid introduction to SVG via complete code samples and images Companion Files: •Source code samples •All images from the text (including 4-color)

Fundamentals Of Svg Programming

Author: Oswald Campesato
Editor: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 9781584502982
Size: 11,48 MB
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This volume uses more than 20,000 samples of SVG code, most of which do not require significant programming experience. The book includes many simple examples that produce attractive graphics, creating an easy way for learning graphics-related techniques.

Svg Text Layout

Author: Amelia Bellamy-Royds
Editor: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1491933771
Size: 17,76 MB
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Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an image format, so text isn’t the first thing you might think of when considering its uses. But one of SVG’s key features is its ability to encode text in a machine-readable form. This book takes a deep dive into the use of text within SVG to explore the creative possibilities as well as the potential pitfalls. You’ll start with SVG’s text basics, and then learn methods for using SVG to generate complex layouts. If you’re an intermediate SVG developer familiar with CSS-styled HTML text, you’re ready to get going. This book covers: The SVG text and tspan elements, and basic attributes for positioning simple text labels within a graphic SVG’s fill and stroke properties for controlling text’s visual appearance Complex text layouts, using formatted poetry as examples Features to set the position and orientation of individual text characters Multidirectional text, including right-to-left horizontal text and vertical text Curved or complex text layouts with the textPath element Font options for your SVG, including web fonts, and their impact on text layout

Building Web Applications With Svg

Author: David Dailey
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0735675791
Size: 11,74 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Create rich interactivity with Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) Dive into SVG—and build striking, interactive visuals for your web applications. Led by three SVG experts, you’ll learn step-by-step how to use SVG techniques for animation, overlays, and dynamic charts and graphs. Then you’ll put it all together by building two graphic-rich applications. Get started creating dynamic visual content using web technologies you’re familiar with—such as JavaScript, CSS, DOM, and AJAX. Discover how to: Build client-side graphics with little impact on your web server Create simple user interfaces for mobile and desktop web browsers Work with complex shapes and design reusable patterns Position, scale, and rotate text elements using SVG transforms Create animations using the Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language (SMIL) Build more powerful animations by manipulating SVG with JavaScript Apply filters to sharpen, blur, warp, reconfigure colors, and more Make use of programming libraries such as Pergola, D3, and Polymaps