Svg Vs G. SVG objects are DOM objects so they have click handlers etc. Vector graphic shapes such as paths and outlines consisting of straight lines and curves bitmap images and text.
Min-x min-y width and heightThe numbers separated by whitespace andor a comma which specify a rectangle in user space which is mapped to the bounds of the viewport established for the associated SVG element not the browser viewport. Because SVG is a vector format they look great at any size and work for pretty much any type of image other than a photo. Once grouped you can transform the whole group of shapes as if it was a single shape.
The short answer.
DIVs are okay but clunky and have awful performance loading at large numbers. It can also group multiple elements to be referenced later with the elementCategories. The viewBox attribute defines the position and dimension in user space of an SVG viewport. Thats why designers are using it more frequently.