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Example Web Application Built with SVG

From: Shropshire, Andrew A <shropshire@att.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2011 11:55:02 -0500
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Here is an example web application built using SVG 1.1 (http://cpswass2.belvoir.army.mil/issue/employment.svg).  It works in Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, IE7 w/Adobe, IE8 w/Adobe, IE9 PP7.

I use the foreignObject tag to bring in an HTML edit box for text entry (this works in Firefox, Chrome, and Safari).  Browsers that don't support this use a javascript prompt box.

Very much preferred the precise layout possible with SVG over the box model used in HTML.  The application is designed to effectively use screen real estate rather than simple uniform scaling when more screen is available.


Andrew Shropshire
AT&T Government Solutions, Inc.

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