What are Vector Graphics and its importance?
Vector images are made up of many individual, scalable objects. These objects are described by statistical equations rather than pixels, so they always provide at the finest high quality. Objects may involve lines, curves, and shapes with editable attributes such as color, fill, and outline. Modifying the features of a vector object does not impact the object itself. You can easily modify any number of objects features without ruining the primary objects. Objects can be customized not only by changing its features, but also by forming and changing it using nodes and control handles. Because they're scalable, vector-based images are resolution independent. You can increase and reduce the dimension vector images to any level and your lines will stay crystal clear, both on screen and in print. Typefaces or fonts are a kind of vector objects.
Another benefit of vector images is that they're not limited to a rectangle-shaped like bitmaps. Vector objects can be placed over other objects, and the objects below will display through. The vector group and bitmap group appear to be the same when seen on white background. But when you place the bitmap group over another shade, it has a rectangle-shaped box around it, from the white-colored pixels in the picture.