Interested in learning how to use Scalable Vector Graphics? “Teach Yourself SVG in 24 Hours” helps to introduce users to do just that.
If you’re not familiar with SVG, it’s a new W3C standard used to define vector graphics. The technology is gaining steam with Web developers, designers and content management providers as a new way of displaying images on the Web and in cross-media publishing.
The book is written as a series of 24 different one-hour lessons, written for designers and basic Web developers. Topics include the fundamentals of SVG, using SVG tools you already have, embedding typefaces in SVG content, animating artwork and incorporating interactivity, and much more.
The book includes a CD-ROM with the SVG Viewer application, and tryouts of Illustrator, GoLive and more.
Teach Yourself SVG in 24 Hours, ISBN 0672322900, is published by SAMS Publishing and was written by Micah Laaker. The book carries a suggested retail price of US$29.99.