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SVG-edit is a web-based free and open-source vector graphics editor. It can be used to create and edit Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) images from within a web browser, not requiring additional software installation
SVG-edit works in any modern browser:
Firefox 1.5+
Opera 9.50+
Safari 4+
Chrome 1+
Internet Explorer 6+ had been supported as of version 2.6 (with the Chrome Frame plugin) and may still work for some features, but only IE 9+ will be supported going forward[1]
SVG-edit is a cross-browser web-based, JavaScript-driven web tool, and has also been made into browser addons, such as an addon for Firefox,[2] a Chrome App,[3] and a standalone widget for Opera.[4] An experimental SVG editing extension to MediaWiki uses SVG-edit
SVG-edit consists of two major components: svg-editor.js and svgcanvas.js. These components work cooperatively. File svgcanvas.js can be used outside of SVG-edit, allowing developers to create alternative interfaces to the canvas. Do not confuse this term with HTML5 Canvas element, canvas is a drawing area (div) here.


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