lib-gwt-svg 0.5.11 released to address dropped SVG1.1 features in Chome 48+

I am releasing a new version of lib-gwt-svg to preserve compatibility with Chrome 48+. Indeed Chrome 48+ has begun dropping compatibility with several SVG1.1 features in their quest to implement new SVG2.0 features. The sad thing is that they dropped SVG 1.1 features before they even provided a working SVG2.0 replacement !

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update to lib-gwt-svg and lib-gwt-file for gwt-2.6.0

gwt-2.6.0 has finally been released, which is very good news. I am releasing new versions of all my GWT-based libraries and applications to provide compatibility with this new release. The whole software stack actually receives a big overhaul, and now uses JDK1.7u51 and the just released maven-gwt-plugin-2.6.0 for building.

New version of lib-gwt-file

Hello, I am releasing today a new version of lib-gwt-file, which fixes a few bugs on IE, Opera and Webkit. I have tested the sample application with FF17, IE10, Chromium 25, Opera 12.11 and it works fine on all these platforms. Long live HTML5 !

Updates for GWT-2.5.0 compatibility

I am releasing today a new version of most my GWT libs, apps and games. The update is mostly to preserve compatibility with GWT-2.5.0, and the new gwt-maven-plugin 2.5.0. You can look at the release notes for more details. The code is available in GitHub and maven central.

updated version of GWT libs, apps and games

I am releasing today a new version of most my GWT libs, apps and games.

lib-gwt-svg 0.5.6 brings several additional features, such as support for SVG drag-and-drop and CSS/SVG backgrounds. lib-gwt-file 0.3.1 brings a working implementation of Blob.slice and support for large files (up to 2^56 bytes long). svgreal 0.2.2 provides support for image element […]

support for native svg drag-and-drop

Several developers have been asking whether SVG supports html5 drag-and-drop. Until now, I usually answered: “no way, the SVG specification predates the HTML5 specification and does not mention drag-and-drop, so there is no chance that will work”. The goods news is that things are starting to evolve in several major browsers.

What is supported exactly […]

svgreal 0.2.1

I am releasing a bug-fix release of to address the following bug which sort of ruined the whole editing experience of the app:

manipulators are not displayed at the proper location if the ancestors of the element to edit have transforms.

If you ran a previous version of svgreal, make sure you click Shift […]

New site organization

I am releasing a lot of new code and projects today, so I have decided to take advantage of this opportunity to restructure the vectomatic website.

There are now five main sections:

1. apps Contains online web apps, the most notable one being the new svgreal SVG editor. 2. libs Contains lib-gwt-svg and lib-gwt-file. 3. […]

lib-gwt-svg 0.5.5 availability

I am launching today lib-gwt-svg 0.5.5. The main highlight of this release is support for touch events. This version also fixes a few bugs and adds minor features I needed for my new project svgreal. The specifics is detailed in the release notes.

With regards to touch event support, here are the main points you […]

the svgreal SVG editor

I am launching todayan online app to edit SVG resources.

The (long term !) purpose of project svgreal is to let anyone with a browser open and edit any SVG resource locally or on the Internet. Real svg resources, not just svg resources originally created by svgreal itself. Users should be able to open multiple […]