Friday, November 14th, 2008

New SVG Editor… written in Flash

Category: SVG, Utility


There is something ironic about an SVG editor written in Flash, but this preview by Tiago Cardoso, written using the inEvo SVG engine is fun to check out. It uses SVG natively and has some cool features like gesture recognition and shape recognition.

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 7:00 am

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I have alot of love for SVG editors, but this indeed looks like an excuse to use flash

Comment by TNO — November 14, 2008

Nice. But in flash. And not shared/open source. Reason for being here?

Comment by nataxia — November 14, 2008

Sorry.. I think I’ll keep using inkscape.

Comment by fforw — November 15, 2008

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