The Web API provides a resource which can be used to convert SVG content into more widely used formats such as PNG and PDF. Ideally this conversion should happen on the client side, but not all client side technologies are capable of performing this task. Currently PNG and PDF output formats are supported. The SVG content itself should passed with a svg query parameter, and an optional query parameter filename can be used to specify the filename of the response attachment file. Note that the file extension should be omitted. For PNG you can send a POST request to the following URL with Content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded , identical to a regular HTML form submission.
For PDF you can send a POST request to the following URL with Content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded .
|svg||Yes||The SVG content|
|filename||No||The file name for the returned attachment without file extension|