Create client-side diagrammatic interaction in Web applications with SVG

Set up an example of Web-based SVG co-operation

From the developerWorks archives

Cameron Laird

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: April 06, 2010

The maturity of SVG allows for a little-known style of use and development of currently undocumented visual elements. In a time when data-as-a-service is blossoming, it makes a lot of sense to script SVG instances from an enclosing Web application. A specific example of a dynamic choropleth illustrates how easy this technique can be.

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