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versions of <canvas> have full 3D support, and several first-person shoot-
ers from the 1990s have already been ported to allow play in a browser.
Now that you've learned about the <canvas> element, it's time to look
at the second technology available in HTML5 for drawing graphics: SVG.
Getting started with SVG
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is an XML language
for displaying vector graphics. It has long been possible
to embed SVG within XML -based XHTML documents;
but because HTML5 leads you back to HTML -based
markup, it adds the useful feature that SVG can be
embedded directly.
Let's create a simple SVG drawing.
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