The command-line utility dvisvgm is a tool for TeX/LaTeX users. It converts DVI, EPS, and single-page PDF files to the XML-based vector graphics format SVG. In contrast to bitmap graphics, vector graphics are arbitrarily scalable without loss of quality.
All modern web browsers support a large amount of the current SVG standard 1.1. Furthermore, SVG files can also be displayed with the Java-based Squiggle SVG browser which is part of the Apache Batik project, and the free vector graphics editor Inkscape.
The image on the right shows a screen shot of Inkscape with a couple of SVG files opened that have previously been converted by dvisvgm. To get a better impression of the actual conversion results, have a look at the collection of SVG examples shown on a separate page.
dvisvgm is developed by Martin Gieseking and published under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 3 (or later).