April 22, 2014 in Technology (F)
[prMac.com] Bhubaneswar, India - Riaxe is pleased to announce that it has launched a free to use SWF (Flash) to SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) online converter. Like all products of Riaxe, this is another innovative and interesting solution. The need to convert Flash to HTML5 is a growing necessity today. The need is heavy due to Flash not being supported on iOS devices.
In order to cater to this demand in this fast paced world, Riaxe has developed an online version that can be used without any downloading or installation. This is a simple but very useful tool for all graphics users. The link is live now. What differentiates this and other traditional converter tools is that you can visualize a preview of the resulting vector graphics in this tool. This is also one of the most sought after features for online converters because in traditional tools, one had to wait till the download had completed and the file is opened, so as to check the output. The output graphics can be zoomed in and out if required before downloading.
Uploading a flash SWF file is easy, and the tool is blazing fast in performance. It is extremely light in weight, and any type of Flash file can be uploaded on to it. This version supports one file at a time only. A paid version with bulk files uploading support is being planned and can be expected in the near future. Being a pioneer in graphics, more such tools are in the pipeline. The company's testament to developing unique products continues with this free SWF to SVG converter online. Previously, the company had created WebCropXE, another unique drag and drop tool to convert active web pages to widgets. It is also free to use, and has earned wonderful reviews. The company has a wide range of new apps being launched too.
Riaxe is a leading IT offshore company based in India excelling in web, mobile, desktop and cloud solutions, with special focus on cross platform app development, web designing, e-learning and CMS. Clientele includes BMW, Coca Cola, Citibank, and more. The company also has forayed into making its own products, some of which are very popular on the App Store. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Riaxe. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.