webMathematica 3 Is Now Available
September 15, 2009 — Wolfram Blog Team
We are pleased to announce the release of webMathematica 3 today.
Innovative new performance and development features make webMathematica 3 the ultimate tool for adding dynamic content to the web. The new version makes it faster and easier to build websites that allow users to compute and visualize results directly from a web browser.
webMathematica 3 is the deployment technology that makes Wolfram|Alpha, the groundbreaking online computational knowledge engine, possible. Wolfram|Alpha visitors can tap into Mathematica‘s computational and graphics abilities without having Mathematica experience or Mathematica itself.
With the new webMathematica 3, you can use the latest features of Mathematica 6 and 7 on the web. For example, sliders and other GUI features can be automatically built with a single command, just as in a Mathematica notebook, so you can easily include interactive features on your website. Also new are many image processing functions and much more.
webMathematica is based on proven Java Servlet technology, making installation simple and enabling seamless integration to standard server applications. Other key webMathematica 3 performance and development features:
- Integration with REST and SOAP web services that use Mathematica
- Integration with Wolfram Workbench so that Mathematica code can be debugged in the server as it runs
- Improved startup time and reliability, with new configuration tools and code to limit and monitor running time and memory use
- Integration with standard server applications
webMathematica 3 simplifies the development process for projects of all sizes, from small interactive interfaces to major enterprise solutions. To learn more, check out our free seminar on the technology and key features of webMathematica 3 and see how you can add interactive computations and visualizations to your website at a faster pace and lower cost than ever before.