SVG Uncovered

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In this course, Dan Wellman will teach you about many different aspects of SVG, including the editors you can use to create SVG images and text, the different ways in which SVG can be added to web pages, and how it can be styled and scripted. You'll also learn about many of SVG's key features, such as pointer-events, masked and clipping paths, and SMIL animation.

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Introduction

03:44

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 03:44

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1.1
Introduction
03:44

2.SVG Uncovered
13 lessons, 1:55:38

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2.1
The Structure of a Basic SVG Image
07:23

2.2
Adding SVG to the Page
10:21

2.3
Styling SVG With CSS
07:57

2.4
Text and SVG
10:10

2.5
Optimising SVG
12:16

2.6
Animating SVG With CSS
06:47

2.7
SVG Filters
08:05

2.8
JavaScript and SVG
09:33

2.9
Pointer Events
07:37

2.10
Animating SVG With JavaScript
09:19

2.11
Clipping Paths and Masks
07:56

2.12
Animating SVG Using SMIL
07:03

2.13
Further SMIL techniques
11:11

3.Conclusion
1 lesson, 04:55

3.1
Summary
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Lessons:
15
Length:
2.1 hours
Dan Wellman is an author and front-end engineer. By day he wrangles JavaScript for Skype in London, and by night he writes books and tutorials about web-development, and produces screencast courses for Tuts+ Premium. Prior to this, Dan spent six years working as a front-end developer for two small digital agencies in his home town of Southampton, where he honed his skills from developer hobbyist to respected professional. For over ten years Dan has written for numerous websites such as Dev Shed, DMX Zone, Developer Drive, and of course Nettuts, and also several magazines including; PSD Magazine and .Net. He has so far had 7 books published. Somewhere between commuting, coding and writing, Dan is also a grateful husband and the proud father of four wonderful children. Occasionally he enjoys playing tennis badly, amateur boxing, riding mountain bikes around forests, or just spending time with family and friends. He also loves strong coffee, single-malt whisky, and having a moan on Twitter.
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