With Radi, publishing moving images using modern web standards is suddenly incredibly easy.
Smartphones and tablets have ushered an era where web content needs to scale from the tiniest screen all the way to 30" desktop monitors. Resolution-independent vector graphics are a great solution to this problem. They are scalable and can be rendered at any size.
Radi works great with scalable graphics, and supports the web graphics standard directly. Any content can be rendered into a canvas, so you can freely mix vector graphics with bitmaps as needed.
Radi makes creating vector graphics easier with its unique autosmoothed shapes. When you apply smoothing to a corner point, all your control points lie precisely on the shape's outline.
There are no separate "handles" or "tangent points" to be tweaked outside of the actual shape.
Here are some key features of "Radi":
· Designed for HTML5
· Easy vector graphics
· Effortless web video
· Smooth animations
· Amazing video effects
· Fun graphics programming
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Radi now integrates with a web publishing service called See.io. It's created by the same author as Radi.
· Getting multimedia content on the web is much too difficult. For some content types like video and music, there are dedicated services like Youtube and Vimeo, but they will plaster your works with ads, comment streams and other stuff that will be added without asking whether you want it or not. For rich content like animations with dynamic components, there's no easy way to get it online.
· See.io is an attempt to answer that problem. It offers one-click simplicity: make something in Radi and click "Publish to Web" in the toolbar. Your content will get an automatic short URL on the See.io website. You can also set up a custom URL to make the page easier to access.
· The See.io service is free during this beta test. Eventually it will become a paid service to ensure the best quality without compromises. See.io will not place ads or other unwanted extras on your content -- what you see...