MapleNet 13

Maplesoft has released MapleNet 13, which enables the deployment of live technical knowledge and applications on the web. The tool enables the sharing of live calculations, interactive technical documents, and mathematical services over the internet.

MapleNet 13 makes it easy for programmers and non-programmers alike to provide rich mathematical content and sophisticated plots in interactive applications and web content. MapleNet also provides a standard web services application programming interface (API), making the computational power of Maple available everywhere you are connected - on a website, desktop computer, or mobile device.

Web content that requires use of static plots and mathematical expressions, such as those often found in technical reports or course notes, can now be created easily by including a special hyperlink to MapleNet in the web page. No web programming knowledge or tools are required. MapleNet will automatically generate and display an image of the mathematical expression or plot in the web page.

MapleNet 13 uses a powerful and extensive mathematical engine to perform its computations. Maple 13 includes enhancements to its mathematical and plotting abilities that provide additional power and increased performance to MapleNet users.


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