SVGpage is an application that will render PNG images as SVG files or convert an SVG file to a PNG image. It uses an internal version of Autotrace. This is not a straight conversion to SVG (as there really is no such converter) but it does a fairly literal job with simple shapes, and renders a "painterly" effect for more photographic-style images.
Chief Database records time series data in real time. Data is compressed to reduce disk requirements and improve performance. Redo logging and caching provide high performance on minimal hardware, with minimal data loss in the event of hardware failure. 1 million coordinates can be processed per second on server-level hardware. All interfaces are SOAP; allowing for easy integration with other systems and Web sites. Data is usually from a telemetered resource, but can also come from SNMP. Chief Trends allows for trending data inside Firefox. Chief Calculator is a Perl calculation engine to manipulate the data in whatever way you want.
SVG for Adobe Creative Suite is a plugin that provides complete support for the SVG format for Adobe Creative Suite, including InDesign and Photoshop. Adobe's support for SVG is limited and requires conversion to EPS. SVG images are converted on the fly and are separated into layers automatically, depending on figures, opacity, and effects.
Tacticalendar is an innovative calendar design implemented in SVG. It always lets you see 4 weeks ahead, even at the end of the month, unlike ordinary month-view calendars. When a week has passed, the oldest week slides out of the top. All the other weeks slide up. The oldest week is erased, reconfigured, and slides back in below to create a future week. The project provides source files authored through Inkscape using free fonts, with PNG previews for those without a suitable SVG renderer.
HGL is a compiler/interpreter suite for developing images. It features its own simple but powerful language, Lua integration, output in various formats as well as runtime input handled by plugins, and easy integration into various environments like Web servers or graphical applications. The input is taken from a source file, which has to be compiled for quick and frequent access by the interpreter. An interpreter then runs the compiled files, takes input from custom plugins (if neccessary), and outputs its result via custom plugins.
Gcmc is a front-end language for generating G-code, SVG, and DXF for CNC mills, lathes, laser cutters, and other numerically controlled machines employing G-code, SVG, or DXF. The language is a context-free grammar created to overcome the archaic format of G-code programming, but can be used more generally for many targets. Gcmc aims to be more readable and understandable than G-code and enable programmatic designing. Gcmc makes extensive use of vector mathematics to support the 3D nature of CNC machining. It handles units as millimeters, mils (inch), degrees, and radians and performs automatic conversions where necessary.