Published: Oct 05 2009 / 10:27
But indeed, the lack of native support of SVG (we still have some plugins for this support) is annoying.
" \"SVG's coming of age,\" Johnson said."
Yeah no kiddin. SVG is not something new. It has been out there for years. There was Adobe SVG plugin and others. People even wrote SVG to VML converters before 2003. But you know what noone give a rat about them. VML was great for the time when the IE ruled the planet with 98% usage. But you know what, noone give a damn about it either. So home come SVG suddenly become the "coming of age"? uh of course the good material for hype is slipping away fast from the hands of some greedy. So a need to recook the old is an almost absolute necessity.
WebGL will rule
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