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Fwd: [Moderator Action] server-side SVG generation

From: Dean Jackson <dean@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 14 Jan 2002 12:30:19 +1100
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From: Joe Bodell <jbnr51@yahoo.com>
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Hi all,

I'd love to be able to show you an example of what
I've been working on, but alas - the firewall stands
in our way.  However, my question is this--

How much work has been done with server-side
generation of SVGs? (via ASP, JSP, etc)  If it's a
lot, are there any good examples (on public websites)?
 If not, WHY NOT?  In my current project, it's proven
to be a significant improvement over a java applet for
displaying data from a database.  Thoughts, comments,
ideas?

Thanks,

Joe Bodell
The MITRE Corporation
D560-Decision Support & Visualization

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