15562Re: [svg-developers] Macromedia promises better Web apps
- May 2, 2002jdowdell@... wrote:
> Re-runs get boring.Is that why you repeated your severely diminishing and incorrect
statements about SVG on
"(Sometimes people in those threads got on an SVG rant, but that has
very little relevance to this discussion. SVG is just a file format for
vector graphics, and never solved the practical problem of widespread
computer viewability. Flash solved both those problems years ago, and
then solved reliable animation and interactivity, and is now moving
towards video integration, efficient application development,
connectivity and communications, and viewability on portable and
embedded devices too.)"
Your anti SVG FUD gets old.
(I never saw SVG lovers rant; URLs?)
"never solved" => SVG is still much younger than SWF.
"just a file format for vector graphics" => it also does animation, has
it's own font format, and integrates with ECMA Script, Java, CSS, RDF,
SMIL, XForms, XTML, XSLFO, etc.
"reliable animation and interactivity" => SVG has them.
"video integration" => try Real Player SVG plus video.
"efficient application development" => that's where SVG shines.
Collaboration between designers and progreammers is greatly enhanced
through the modularity that's possible with SVG.
... and SVG is viewable on portable devices.
Please do correct your statements on your page.
> Theme: Do stuff which you and others find rewarding. If you invest yourGreat idea! Simply stop trying to knock SVG down.
> time trying to knock others down, then that leaves you less time to build
> other things up.
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