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Neil Fraser

For the past decade I've been a software engineer at Google in California.  In my spare time I've created a mélange of open-source software.  I've also built some rather unusual hardware.  On rare occasions I've even been known to write something interesting.

SvgCanvas Saturday, 12 May 2018

SVG-edit is a fantastic open-source client-side full-featured SVG editor. It is split into two components, the UI (svg-editor.js) and the drawing surface (svgcanvas.js). This allows one to create a project based solely on the drawing surface, while providing a custom UI.

Unfortunately the documentation is quite sparse and I had to do a lot of detective work to figure out how to make the SvgCanvas do anything on its own. But I eventually figured it out and created a minimal demo.

If you are trying to use SvgCanvas outside of SVG-Edit, the above demo would be a good place to start. But please ask follow-up questions in the mailing list, don't ask me.


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