Also wrote a bunch of map animations in SVG back in 2011. Used SMIL to markup the animations and movements of viewports. Worked out quite well in FF at the time, but IE was terrible. Chrome worked well, but there were a number of SMIL methods that Chrome either didn't implement or did so incorrectly. I suspect it has much improved by now, especially given that browser vendors started to care about SVG once retina displays came out.--
For great demos, check out http://svg-wow.org/. Note, when you use a world map with 1M+ points, it does render slower.
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