If you want to use Java Technology to view SVG Files in an
application I would suggest "Batik". It has:
-viewer to view SVG that you can incorporate
into your applications
-SVGgenerator to convert your Java into SVG
(Java 2D classes into SVG :-)
-Rasterizer to convert SVG into raster formats
I think you will be pleased with what you see!
all you need to do is to point you browser:
Best of all Antonia it is open-source and free :-)
Have fun with SVG
Robert A. DiBlasi
--- In svg-developers@y..., anguadagno@h... wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm quite new in the SVG world so I need all the help I can get.
> I would like to implement a java application where I use SVG as
> visualization tool for some specific data. Is there any
> [swing]component around that allows me to show SVG files? One
> I would like to see in this component is that it should also handle
> mouse events so that different actions can be executed when the
> application user click of the different parts of the SVG picture.
> Thanks & br,
> Antonio Guadagno