MathFlow Components

Design Science has introduced MathFlow Components and SDK, for editing, display and accessibility of mathematical notation for websites, applications and services.

The release replaces the company's WebEQ product and is an addition to its MathFlow product line that includes MathFlow for Arbortext and XMetaL. The technology at the heart of MathFlow is MathML, the XML standard for representing mathematical notation.

MathFlow is widely used in publishing, elearning, assessment, aerospace, defence, education, government, science and engineering, as well as enterprise solutions and commercial products. An SDK is available for programmers and systems integrators to develop custom solutions that require advanced equation editing, display, accessibility features and other maths functionality.


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