Re: Mathematica will be a new feature of HTML6

*To*: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net*Subject*: [mg115368] Re: Mathematica will be a new feature of HTML6*From*: brien colwell <xcolwell at gmail.com>*Date*: Sun, 9 Jan 2011 02:18:19 -0500 (EST)

Given that I regularly hang an 8 core box with 32GiB of RAM using Mathematica, I'm not sure I'd want some arbitrary M computation running in my browser ... ;) Isn't that what WebMathematica is for? On Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 3:41 AM, a boy <AvvBoy at gmail.com> wrote: > I guess Mathematica will be a standard mathematic script language of HTML 6. A snippet of HTML6 maybe like this: > > <html> > <body> > <script language===94mathematica=94 out===94mout1=94 autoExecuteTimes==1 display===94toolbar:run, interrupt,status;panel:sourcecode,lineNumber;=94> > Plot[Sin[x],{x,0,2Pi}] > Prime[Range[1000]] > </script> > <mathoutput id===94mout1=94 style===94=94 display===94toolbar:clear=94/> > > <script language===94mathematica=94 out===94img1=94 autoExecuteTimes==1 > > Plot[PrimePi[x],{x,0,10^6}] > </script> > <img id===94img1=94/> > </body> > </html> > > HTML file will be the work sheet in next version of Mathematica, instead of notebook(.nb). Mathematica will be another web browser and another IDE at the same time. > > Mathematica virtual machine & ObjectM > ObjectM will bore! ObjectM is an OO programming language which combines Mathematica and Java. The compiled class files can run in Mathematica virtual machine. So we can write the desktop applications by using ObjectM. Just like Java or Flash, but be more powerful. > >