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Make Art by Coding: Create an SVG Scene for Web Animation

Beginner course on how to make scalable vector graphics with HTML, CSS & JavaScript in this animation tutorial.
  •   Lectures: 56
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  •   Videos: 6 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 11/2017
Includes: 30 day money back guarantee! Lifetime Access. No Limits! Certificate of Completion
Instructors : John Bura
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Last Updated: 11/2017
Languages: English
Level: All level
Video: 6 hours
Lectures: 56
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Gain hands-on experience with coding real projects! Make vector graphics by coding in this awesome course for beginners. Scaleable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an image format that uses vectors, in contrast to other image formats like jpg, gif, or pngs, which are raster graphics. SVG is made with math. For this reason, it can scale indefinitely! This makes it great for making logos, icons, and simple designs.

Why use SVG?

  • It has good support among all modern browsers, and it's an open standard.
  • It uses smaller file sizes compared to bitmapped files.

You can style shapes in CSS and interact with them in JavaScript! Thus you can programmatically alter shapes for use on web pages.

Enroll today to join the Mammoth community.

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