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5 Things You Probably Never Thought About SVGs
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SVG applications are easy but there are a lot of facts most people don’t know about. SVGs serve a huge role in building websites. Here are more things you want to know from the creation of fancy stuff, implementation, and significance.
 
1. Characteristics

  • Sharpness: This is one reason SVGs are attractive. Designers prefer this file format because it is visually amazing and sharp. If you look at sports logo SVG files, they are geometrically shaped in ways that the pixels have no limit.
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  • Flexibility: Apart from being sharp, SVGs are flexible. The reasons they stand out from other web contents is retention of sharpness regardless of the size. This is the real flexibility, unlike some file types whose quality declined if zoomed in or out.
  • Smallness: The complexity of an image determines its size. How big the image doesn't really matter. Since Disney Christmas SVGs are sharp and flexible, they can be reduced to small sizes to fit anywhere and still maintain their quality.
  • Resolution-independence: Vector graphics are scalable and their geometry doesn’t depend on the size of pixels. No matter the size of the image, the geometric construction remains constant. The other advantage is that the images can be used in different devices without making copies. A single size is compatible with any screen resolution.

2. Myriad uses

  • There is so much you can do with them. Here are some uses:
  • As background images i.e. in CSS
  • As IMG file
  • Inline SVGs in HTML
  • With data URLs

 
3. Getting SVG

  • Stock photography: Sites with stock photography can filter search results by the vector. Regardless of the downloaded format, it can be opened using Illustrator and changed into SVG file.
  • The noun project: This is a good location to find the vector images. You can find everything in scalable images and so many cheap icons.
  • Icon fonts and sets: You can get any vector you like. A wonderful software for this is Adobe. PDF can also feature vector images.
  • Icon system: One powerful element of SVG is the <use> which is a very easy concept with ID code.

 
4. Build tool

This may sound sophisticated as it offers interesting command line options that need calibrations and complex system dependencies which can easily break if viewed inappropriately. That’s the funny thing about build tools and their function is to simplify or automate a project. They are great for turning folders into SVG def. An example is the grunt store.
 
5. Animations

If you are applying inline SVGs, the code is appropriate in HTML format as well as the DOM. Styling is easy just like in other HTML features. Animation and transitions are possible courtesy of CSS and SMIL. CSS make things seem more comfortable but SMIL is another way that creates animations fit into the syntax perfectly.
 
There many reasons Scalable Vector Graphics form part of great options for web images. Life is more interesting with scalable images for icons, logos, and other creative items like cabbage patch costume SVGs.

 

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