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I had a bug on two animations for 2 months caused by a fucking svg img lazy loaded with no width/height in between png-s on top of the page... This was the biggest blocker on final qa. Im so done with this shit... 😶
I asked for SVG icons from figma design.
He did the part.
He didn't group the icons
and gave me parts of it.
Looks like vector drawing applications stopped at bezier curves and don’t want to progress much.
I made a inkscape vector image and I used svg patterns to draw some background, then inkscape stopped responding when I’m trying to open that file on mac.
I tried bunch of other vector drawing apps hoping that at least one know what svg vector patterns are, looks like vector drawing applications use bitmaps for patterns and own formats instead of following svg specification.
I even wanted to pay for illustrator 30$ per month but it can’t do it. It opened my svg file claiming there’s no background there just empty space.
When I open svg image from browser it renders correctly but editing with gui is impossible cause all of those great softwares like illustrator, vectronator, sketch, affinity designer can’t handle vector patterns.
I ended up installing inkscape on old laptop that’s running ubuntu desktop.
Inkscape can do everything I want but I still need to delete not used pattens by editing xml.
At least it handles svg better than others.
Seriously vector image drawing apps suck.10
I've worked on countless products and maybe one bigger one (map portal for a national park) and one side job (randomized svg to g code) had any positive social impact. I've been paid for being useless but busy. The entire economy is a scam.1
Alright lads and lasses, I need a charting library!
I've narrowed it down to the following popular libraries:
I think I'm leaning towards victory and recharts since they are d3 based... because <3 SVG
Even more so victory since they have a near identical React Native package...
Would love to hear any battle stories from the front lines and experience using any of these libraries, or even a completely different one I may have missed!
inb4 "mAkE iT fRoM sCrAtCh"
inb4 "hAhA rEaCt SuCkS"
Such comments will be downvoted with impunity!4
Hitting every. single. fucking. dead end on my unstoppable march to introduce a nice feature.
I'm trying to embed interactive svg maps in a Wordpress page in such a way that the areas can be edited intuitively using Inkscape and all the page does is inline the xml markup, but also there's a JPG background embedded in the picture which Wordpress finds too big for markup (unsurprisingly) but which is a pain in the ass to reference externally.