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3.1 Wrapping Up

Let’s wrap up with a quick summary of the key points of SVG text styling.

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3.1 Wrapping Up

Hey, welcome to the final video of the course. You've just finished putting together your fifth text project. So let's quickly recap the key points of what we covered throughout the course. We learned how to work with gradients, both linear gradients and radial gradients, and how to use those as fills that you can apply to either your text or to rectangles that you have in the background. And we also learned where the biggest power comes from, and that is in the filter system. We learned about how you can construct filters using all the different primitives that are offered by SVG, how you can chain them together using result names that you've specified, and inputting those into in, or into two properties. And then we also learned how you can take each one of the individual effects that you've created in your filter, and you can stack them on top of each other with an feMerge primitive, which lets you create a layering system that's kind of like working with a graphic design application. And in the process of doing that, you learned how to work with a whole bunch of different primitives including primitives to let you blur things, expand them, contract them, blend them together, use them like cookie cutters, and whole bunch of other primitives. There's too many for me to go through and list right now, but I'll include a link in the notes below this video to the reference you can go check out to see every single little detail about every single primitive that's available to you as a part of the SVG filter system. So thanks very much for taking this course, and I'll see you in the next one.

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