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|Scalable Vector Graphics|
- Scripting: ECMAScript is a primary means of creating animations and interactive user interfaces within SVG.
- Styling: Since 2008, the development of CSS Animations as a feature in WebKit has made possible stylesheet-driven implicit animation of SVG files from within the Document Object Model (DOM).
- SMIL: Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, a recommended means of animating SVG-based hypermedia is currently supported by the Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Amaya web browsers, as will any browser that aims to pass the Acid3 web standards test as this requires SMIL support for tests 75 and 76. Libraries have also been written as a shim to give current SVG-enabled browsers SMIL support. This method is also known as SVG+Time.
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- Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) 1.1 Specification. World Wide Web Consortium. 14 January 2003, edited in place 30 April 2009. Retrieved 4 February 2010
- Festa, Paul (9 January 2003). "W3C releases scripting standard, caveat". CNet. Retrieved 24 February 2010.
- Bulterman, D.C.A.; Lloyd Rutledge (November 2008). SMIL 3.0: Interactive Multimedia for the Web, Mobile Devices and Daisy Talking Books. X.media.publishing (2nd ed.). New York: NY: Springer. p. 508. ISBN 978-3-540-78546-0.
- McCathieNevile, Charles (31 October 2006). "Animating Your SVG". Opera Developer Community. Opera Software. Retrieved 24 February 2010.
- "SVG animation with SMIL". 29 March 2011.
- "When can I use SVG SMIL animation?".
- "SVG Animation support in Amaya". World Wide Web Consortium. 15 April 2003. Retrieved 4 February 2010.
- SVG 1.1 Specification – Animation
- SVG Animation and other SVG Tutorials
- SMIL animations embedded in SVG – Chapter from SVG Primer (W3C)
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