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We have just released eSVG 1.4

From: Damir Jezic <Jezic@INTESIS.hr>
Date: Fri, 15 Nov 2002 13:48:14 +0100
To: <svg-developers@yahoogroups.com>, <www-svg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <000001c28ca5$4303a500$a200a8c0@djezic>

Hello everybody!

We are proud to present you our new Embedded SVG version - eSVG 1.4.

eSVG 1.4 fulfills all main targets that we have planed for eSVG 1.x version
series. SVG Tiny and SVG Basic profiles are almost completed. Speed and data
consumption satisfy all run-time requirements. Accessing of run-time data
from the real process is possible now.

SVG viewing, animation and script development will become with eSVG 1.4 more
than a simple need for the efficient static and dynamic presentation of the
scalable graphics, no matter you run it on your home PC, handheld device or
embedded system device.

In addition to the eSVG 1.3, version eSVG 1.4 has the following new
* Drawing and animation speed are increased by several times, while data
consumption is decreased by several times. Now it reaches very high run-time
* SVG printing. Now you can print your SVG documents scaled on any size.
* Support for special SVG document data formats SVGZ and base64.
* Accessing of run-time data from the real process via TpICU server
* Remote SVG animation tracing. Now you can also trace SVG animation
attributes in eSVG Integrated Development Environment.

In addition to the last announced eSVG version eSVG 1.2, eSVG 1.3 has the
next new features:
* SVG Tiny and SVG Basic profiles are almost fulfilled. Only filters and
rarely used SVG elements & attributes are still missing. See eSVG features
table for details
* SVG DOM interface is extended with a couple of new objects and dozens of
new entries.
* ActiveX interface is extended for remote debugging support and script

eSVG 1.4 also includes many new SVG examples.

You can find eSVG project on www.EmbeddedSVG.com.
If you are already registered on eSVG, you can directly download eSVG 1.4
evaluation package
Received on Friday, 15 November 2002 07:53:01 UTC

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