Read, edit, write, and render SVG files with PHP
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Last update: 2020-10-28 16:33:09 UTC
This is a vector graphics library for PHP, which surely is a broad specification. That is due to the fact that the goal of this project is to offer features in three different, big areas:
- Generating SVG images from PHP code and outputting them, either into XML strings or into files.
- Loading and parsing XML strings into document trees that can be easily modified and then also turned back into strings.
- Transforming parsed or generated document trees into raster graphics, like PNG.
These tasks will take a lot of time and effort, so you are welcome to contribute
if this is a project you are interested in.
In case you decide to contribute, please honor these things:
- External libraries shall not be used.
- Please set your editor to use 4 spaces for indentation. In general, it would be good to follow the existing code style for consistency.
- Source files must end with a newline character.
- By contributing code, you agree to license that code under the MIT license to this project.
This package is available through Composer/Packagist:
$ composer require meyfa/php-svg
<?php require_once __DIR__.'/<path_where_you_put_it>/autoloader.php';
The rest works exactly the same as with Composer, just without things like nice version management.
The following code generates an SVG with a blue square, sets the Content-Type header and echoes it:
<?php use SVG\SVG; use SVG\Nodes\Shapes\SVGRect; // image with 100x100 viewport $image = new SVG(100, 100); $doc = $image->getDocument(); // blue 40x40 square at (0, 0) $square = new SVGRect(0, 0, 40, 40); $square->setStyle('fill', '#0000FF'); $doc->addChild($square); header('Content-Type: image/svg+xml'); echo $image;
To convert an instance of
SVG to a PHP/GD image resource, or in other words
convert it to a raster image, you simply call
toRasterImage($width, $height [, $background]) on it. Example:
<?php use SVG\SVG; use SVG\Nodes\Shapes\SVGCircle; $image = new SVG(100, 100); $doc = $image->getDocument(); // circle with radius 20 and green border, center at (50, 50) $doc->addChild( (new SVGCircle(50, 50, 20)) ->setStyle('fill', 'none') ->setStyle('stroke', '#0F0') ->setStyle('stroke-width', '2px') ); // rasterize to a 200x200 image, i.e. the original SVG size scaled by 2. // the background will be transparent by default. $rasterImage = $image->toRasterImage(200, 200); header('Content-Type: image/png'); imagepng($rasterImage);
If you require a specific background color, e.g. white, use the 3rd parameter. It supports all CSS colors (including named colors, hexadecimal, rgba, etc.):
<?php $rasterImage = $image->toRasterImage(200, 200, '#FFFFFF');
Specifying a background color is mandatory for JPEG output, as JPEG does not support transparency.
You can load SVG images both from strings and from files. This example loads one from a string, moves the contained rectangle and echoes the new SVG:
<?php use SVG\SVG; $svg = '<svg width="100" height="100">'; $svg .= '<rect width="50" height="50" fill="#00F" />'; $svg .= '</svg>'; $image = SVG::fromString($svg); $doc = $image->getDocument(); $rect = $doc->getChild(0); $rect->setX(25)->setY(25); header('Content-Type: image/svg+xml'); echo $image;
For loading from a file instead, you would call
That function supports local file paths as well as URLs.
For additional documentation, see the wiki.