SVG-Edit is the most popular open source SVG editor. It was started more than 10 years ago by a fantastic team of developers. Unfortunately, the product was not maintained for a quite long period. We decided to give this tool a new life by refreshing many aspects. If you can help us to maintain SVG-Edit, you are more than welcome!
Thanks to Netlify, you can test the following builds:
- Clone or copy the repository contents
npm ito install dependencies
npm run startto start a local server
- Use your browser to access
Integrating SVG-edit into your own application
V7 is changing significantly the way to integrate and customize SVG-Edit. The documentation will be detailed here.
SVG-Edit is made of two major components:
- The "svgcanvas" that takes care of the underlying svg edition. It can be used to build your own editor. See example in the demos folder or the svg-edit-react repository.
- The "editor" that takes care of the editor UI (menus, buttons, etc.)
For earlier versions of SVG-Edit, please look in their respective branches.
- Opera 59+, - Chrome 75+, - FireFox 68+, - Safari 11+ - Edge 18+ Support for old browsers may require to use an older version of the package. However, please open an issue if you need support for a specific version of your browser so the project team can decide if we should support with the latest version.
Further reading and more information
- Participate in discussions
- See docs for more documentation. See the JSDocs for our latest release.
- Acknowledgements lists open source projects used in svg-edit.
- See AUTHORS file for authors.
- StackOverflow group.