Last updated at 3:24 pm UTC on 14 November 2020
SVG = Scalable Vector Graphics is for graphics what HTML is for text.
SVG is a widely-deployed royalty-free graphics format developed and maintained by the W3C SVG Working Group
Though the SVG Specification primarily focuses on vector graphics markup language, its design includes the basic capabilities of a page description language like Adobe's PDF. It contains provisions for rich graphics, and is compatible with CSS for styling purposes. SVG has the information needed to place each glyph and image in a chosen location on a printed page.
An SVG Primer for Today's Browsers, 2010 (link)
An SVG output of a Morph hierarchy is not implemented yet but there are provisions already done by Marcel Weiher (2002) for implementing this: See Postscript support, NullEncoder, PostscriptCanvas.
Create a simple SVG document
SVG construction example 1
SVG construction example 2 - rect (rectangle) and text (XMLElement)
SVG construction example 4 - rect, circle and text
SVG construction example 5 - clock or ornament
SVG construction example 6 - path
Notes about SVG commands