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New webMathematica Author Provides Authoring Environment for webMathematica

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  • Subject: [mg49882] New webMathematica Author Provides Authoring Environment for webMathematica
  • From: newsdesk at wolfram.com (Wolfram Research)
  • Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2004 09:20:51 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

New webMathematica Author Provides Authoring Environment for
webMathematica


To help support the growing webMathematica community, Wolfram
Research has made available a new utility called webMathematica
Author, which registered users can download at no charge from
the company's website.

webMathematica Author is a Mathematica application that aids in
the creation and development of JavaServer Pages (JSP) for use
with webMathematica. It provides Mathematica users with
functions and palette options that simplify the construction and
layout of commonly used HTML and webMathematica tags, thereby
easing the webMathematica development process.

Mathematica users who may not be familiar with HTML or with
webMathematica's JavaServer Pages syntax will benefit most from
the increased accessibility provided by webMathematica Author.
The webMathematica Author documentation includes many of the
same examples that shipped with webMathematica 2.1, which lets
new users see how the creation of the same applications is
simplified by the use of webMathematica Author.

webMathematica Author is compatible with Mathematica 5 and
designed for use with webMathematica 2.1. More information
is available at: http://www.wolfram.com/webmathematicaauthor


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