SVG (from English Scalable Vector Graphics - scalable vector graphics) is a scalable vector graphics markup language created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and included in a subset of the extensible markup language XML, designed to describe two-dimensional vector and mixed vector / raster graphics in XML format . It supports both fixed and animated interactive graphics - or, in other terms, declarative and script. Does not support the description of three-dimensional objects (not to be confused with imitation of three-dimensionality by chiaroscuro). This is an open standard that is a recommendation of the W3C Consortium, an organization that has developed standards such as HTML and XHTML. The basis of SVG lay down markup languages ​​VML and PGML. Developed since 1999. In 2001, version 1.0 was released, in 2011 - version 1.1, which remains relevant until today. Version 2 is currently under active development.

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