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Friday, April 09, 2010

New SVG Web Release: Dracolisk

I'm proud to announce a new release of SVG Web. Our tradition is to go geek-tastic and name them after classic D&D monsters. This release is named Dracolisk, a crossbreed of a basilisk and a black dragon.

The Dracolisk is a truly fearsome creature, able to turn an enemy into stone with merely the gaze of the basilisk coupled with the acidic breath of a black dragon. Someone get that monster a breath mint.

The fixes and additions in this release:
Many thanks from the core SVG Web team (Rick Masters, Brad Neuberg, and James Hight) to the many many contributors to this release:
Download the release now and get started! Please note that there are some breaking changes in this release that will affect code that uses older versions of SVG Web; more details here.

About SVG Web and SVG:

SVG Web is a JavaScript library which provides SVG support on many browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Safari. Using the library plus native SVG support you can instantly target close to 100% of the existing installed web base. SVG itself stands for Scalable Vector Graphics, an open standard that is part of the HTML 5 family of technologies for interactive, search-engine friendly web vector graphics.

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