Adobe SVG Viewer
Adobe SVG Viewer is now an obsolete software application from Adobe, a discontinued project due to the development of technology that nowadays provides SVG viewing capabilities natively within web browsers.
A top SVG viewer on the market
Adobe authoring and server applications present support for SVG (scalable vector graphics) and they include the likes of Illustrator, GoLive, InDesign or FrameMaker. Spanning across almost four years of existence, Adobe SVG Viewer was one of the pioneers in its software category.
Adobe's vector graphics implement and Adobe Illustrator engenders and imports SVG files for print and the web. Within the Adobe Edge Implements & Accommodations, SVG content can be styled and debugged utilizing Edge Code and can be animated and embedded in HTML with Edge Animate.
Adobe SVG Viewer comes in a lightweight package that can be run on all Windows versions available on the market. You can deploy the application in no time on your computer.
The installation process requires minimal user intervention as you only need to press several buttons to bring it to an end. A popup message is displayed when the installation finishes letting you know that the task was carried out successfully.
The bottom line is that Adobe SVG Viewer has been one of the few applications to support this format as it was developed to be a standard in web technologies. It continuous evolution has raised the interest of web browser developing studios, thus the embracing and the support that almost any major browser now offers to SVG. This has also marked the end for Adobe SVG Viewer.