New take on the old line drawing animation using stroke dash-array with D3 interpolation.
How to coordinate multiple views using dispatch events.
Python library called pLAySVG helps facilitate the script-based generation of SVG.
Basic text wrapping features may finally be included in SVG 2.
Brief article on how to Create Adaptive SVG with CSS.
Layout and interactivity with Hexagons Grids
How to file browser bug reports for SVG.
Example for visualizing OpenStreetMap Vector Tiles with D3.
Infographic using geographic hexagon binning to represent Worldwide Manufacturing Decisions on NYTimes.
The Koalas to the max case study.
Interactive infographic Oscar Contender, Connections on NYTimes.
Variable stroke-width is being considered again in some depth.
Recent discussion on improving Web animations with the W3C’s CSS-SVG Effects animation group.
One of Jason Davies inspired D3.js visualization examples, SVG Tree-Layout.
Thoughts on the new smooth curves feature in SVG2.
SVG 2.0 enhancements that are under serious consideration can be found here SVG 2.0 Requirements along with the SVG Roadmap.
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Interactive Data Visualization for the Web is a well-written book on getting started with D3.js.
A solid starting point for learning SVG is in the latest SVG book which will quickly ramp up your working knowledge.
Two free SVG books are available:
I Love To Doodle by Taylor Beres and Learn SVG Interactively by Jay Nick
Get started playing with SVG today by running through some Inkscape tutorials.
Share your SVG creations with the community SVG Elves.
New free Intro to D3.js course.
The Dashing JS newsletter has updates on the D3.js community.
Interactive and fairly comprehensive SVG Tutorials which cover the Basics, Scripting, and Mathematics, all of which incorporate animations.
For programming, consult the elves at SVG Consulting.