Walkway.js is an easy way to animate SVG images consisting of line and path elements. Simply create a new Walkway instance with a supplied options object. When you want to start animating call .draw on the returned instance providing an optional callback that will be called when drawing is complete. Currently, Walkway.js only works on path and line elements.
Snap.svg is designed for modern browsers and therefore supports the newest SVG features like masking, clipping, patterns, full gradients, groups, and more. Snap.svg is available under an Apache 2 license which means it’s completely open-source, and completely free.
BonsaiJS is a lightweight graphics library with an intuitive graphics API and an SVG renderer. The main features include Architecturally separated runner and renderer, iFrame, Worker and Node running contexts, Shapes, Paths, Assets (Videos, Images, Fonts, SubMovies), Keyframe and regular animation (easing functions too), Shape/path morphing, and much more…Bonsai in its current form comes packaged with an SVG renderer. It supports browsers like Safari, Chrome and Firefox. It is released under MIT License.
6. Jim Knopf
ZorroSVG makes it easy to add masks to your SVG images. It makes it possible to create images with PNG-like transparency while maintaining small file sizes.
9. SVG Morpheus
Lazy Line Painter is a jQuery plugin for animating SVG paths to animate the drawing sequence, similar to Vivus. The bad news is this plugin only does this very specific thing. Hence, when you import SVG from apps like Illustrator or Inkscape, ensure that there is no Fill color left on your SVG, just the paths.