Tuesday, October 13th, 2009

Behold the, um, Beholder!

Category: Library, SVG

Over on my blog I report a new release of SVG Web from the SVG Web team:

Yowsers! It’s another release of SVG Web, this time code named Beholder:

According to the classic D&D Monster Manual, the Beholder is an “aggressive and avaricious spherical monster that is most frequently found underground.” In other words, you don’t want to bump into this guy in a back alley.

This release, roughly about 1 month of work, has contributions from many users and developers. We’ve knocked out a bunch of bugs and features.

See the full blog post for details.

SVG Web is a drop-in JavaScript library that makes it possible to use SVG on Internet Explorer with no further downloads from end-users.

[Disclosure: I am a member of the SVG Web team]

Posted by Brad Neuberg at 8:00 am

3.3 rating from 25 votes


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Looks kind of like the almighty FSM upside-down :V

Comment by Darkimmortal — October 13, 2009

Is there any team you’re not a member of?

Comment by eyelidlessness — October 13, 2009

Who said programmers are geeks? :)

Comment by jeromew — October 14, 2009

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