SVGs on the web

Guest post by Bauke Roesink

The guys at would like to change developers' mindsets about SVG. SVG and its use on the web were already recommended by W3C about 13 years ago. Despite the recommendation, many developers still don't choose SVG automatically. Since the usage of SVG on the web has a lot of advantages, I would like developers not only to dive deep into SVG but also to use SVG files during their daily tasks. The reason is pretty straightforward: SVGs have many benefits over JPG, PNG and GIF files. As a result Bauke from created a fancy SVG infographic which not only defines SVG but which also explains the various benefits and the exact way SVG should be used on your websites.

The ultimate SVG guide

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