- SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. SVG is an Open Standard developed and maintained by the W3C SVG Working Group.
- SVG is a XML based format used to draw vector images.
- It is a language for describing 2-D graphics in XML.
- Due to the vector image, if you zoom out or resize the SVG image then it will never lose quality.
- SVG images support interactivity and animation.
- SVG Supports for event handlers. Various web browser supports SVG i.e. Chrome, Opera, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer etc.
Advantages of SVG
- The SVG specification is an open standard.
- You can use any text editor to create and edit SVG image.
- SVG has the good printing quality at any resolution.
- SVG is XML based that's why SVG images are indexable and searchable and can be scripted and compressed.
- SVG images are highly scalable that's why they never lose quality no matter how much you are zoomed out or resized it.