When did it all start
The tool developers are close to launching the website before realizing three things. Ignoring the use of PNG and GIF on a website. Second, for most programmers, animating SVG is a time-consuming and technical task. Last, they find it irrelevant to use their assets. With front-end developers collaborate with their artists to create animations.
Upon contemplation, the developers wanted a simple solution. Allowing their designers to animate Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) without any coding expertise. Using a single animated SVG file that is usable to a website. Upon research, they figured getting a tool for that online would be awesome. Thus, releasing SVGator On October 12, 2017. Since then, the excitement from the designer’s community inspired them to pursue work.
What is SVG
Images used need a range of proportions. With various screen sizes, for a flexible interface. While there are various methods to solve these problems for raster images. There is an even simpler approach for vector-based graphics: using SVG.
SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. A vector image format based on an Extensible Markup Language. For two-dimensional graphics with interactivity and animation support. The SVG specification is an open standard.
Introducing SVGator 2.0
The edge of having SVGator
It can be a daunting and repetitive job to construct complex SVG animations, but not anymore. You will learn how to use SVGator, online software developed. In animating SVG files, to make web path animations. It is a web-based software that allows you to use a visual interface. Moreover, import static SVG files, animate them, and export them as animated SVG. Exporting CSS-based animations and ready to use on the web animations.
SVGator hopes to fix this problem. Making it very convenient for everyone to use. Also, to be a familiar interface in creating basic animations. Allowing to import it’s a web-based animation app in all SVG animations. With both animated, exported, and removes the need to learn to code for beginners. This website has a lot of positive feedback. Both professional and amateur web designers have pleasing reviews. SVGator has indeed made it simple for designers like yourself.
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