Vector Vs Svg. Scalable Vector Graphics or SVG is a vector graphics format that is comprised of shapes lines curves colors and text. Scaling is a big problem when it comes to using bitmap vs.
Today however all major browsers support the SVG Scalable Vector Graphics format. Vector format renders well at any size. EPS is the legacy vector graphics standard for print workflow.
SVGs are easy to style and script.
SVGs are easy to style and script. If you are working on a team that uses print workflow that will be problematic. In the example below the difference in file size between the vector and raster versions of the image is only 041 and the vector version is the larger of the two. Your graphic will never become blurry.