Shubham Jain
Aug 3, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Is SVGO worth it?

Shubham Jain Fullstack engineer primarily interested in web development, UI design, and sharing what I have learned.

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One Reply to "Is SVGO worth it?"

  1. Thanks, these are great insights! However, a better Title to this post would be “Is SVGO worth it for increasing website performance?” since it only focuses on that question. The usefulness of SVGO in other contexts is not discussed: Applications where storage is a limiting factor (e.g. embedded systems), transforming SVGs of various sources into a uniform format, or its use in image processing pipelines. Currently, anyone getting hooked by the headline and only reading the conclusion might get a wrong impression.

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