Learn SVG: The Web Graphics Standard
by Jon Frost, Stefan Goessner, Michel Hirtzler
Publisher: SVG 2008
Number of pages: 233
This is a beginner-level book that assumes basic knowledge of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). Learn SVG is presented in a workbook-like format that lends itself to people who want both a solid foundation in the main aspects of SVG and who are willing to get their hands dirty with the fertile soil that SVG has to offer.
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