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> I do miss Flash's editor for these types of content, though.

It's still here! It's now branded Animate CC[1], and (naturally) focuses on other output formats.

[1] http://www.adobe.com/products/animate.html

Right! But is it SVG or only Canvas?

Canvas, WebGL, or "a potentially limitless number of platforms with the new Custom Platform Support SDK" (https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/how-to/publish-multiple-plat...)

The product itself can export to SVG (https://helpx.adobe.com/animate/how-to/export-image-svg.html), but I get the impression that's only for individual frames.

Edit: https://blogs.adobe.com/creativecloud/export-svg-animations-... exports SVG animations, but only, it seems, for special types of documents ("From here you simply create a new “Snap.svg Animator” document type and begin creating content s you would normally. Publishing your content then generates a boilerplate HTML file along with all the assets you need, giving you an example of how to embed your animation into a webpage.")

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