SVG Open 2009 Conference At Google Campus

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an open, browser-based standard to create interactive web graphics with new HTML-like tags such as CIRCLE. It's part of HTML 5 family technology, while being search engine friendly; easily adoptable by JavaScript and HTML developers; exportable from tools like Adobe IllustratorTM; and straightforward to emit from server-side systems like PHP and Google App Engine. Also available in all modern […]

Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an open, browser-based standard to create interactive web graphics with new HTML-like tags such as CIRCLE. It's part of HTML 5 family technology, while being search engine friendly; easily adoptable by JavaScript and HTML developers; exportable from tools like Adobe IllustratorTM; and straightforward to emit from server-side systems like PHP and Google App Engine. Also available in all modern browsers. Google is hosting SVG Open 2009 conference, at Google Crittenden Campus in Mountain View, California on October 2nd through 4th 2009, with additional workshops on October 5. The theme this year is SVG Coming of Age. Many W3C Members will be participating, including Google, IBM, Mozilla, Opera, Oracle, Quickoffice and Vodafone. The deadline for early-bird registration is August 31st.