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This section discusses some resources that may be used to get started with SVG.
For a detailed list of resources for working with SVG, see the “Implementations” section at the W3C site (w3.org/Graphics/SVG). Some of the key resources available for work-ing with SVG are also listed next. The following tutorials provide great starting points for learning SVG:
To create your own SVG, you will need an editor. The following are examples of
WYSIWYG SVG editors:
JASC WebDraw. www.jasc.com
Amaya. www.w3.org/Amaya/Amaya.htmlOnce you have created your SVG, you will need a viewer to render it for testing and deployment. The following two tools are examples of SVG viewers:
Adobe SVG Viewer. www.adobe.com/svg/viewer/install
For inspiration and examples to help you create your own vector graphics, see the SVG used at the following Web sites:
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