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Check out these fresh picks from authors utilizing the Wolfram Language! Covering a range of topics from algebraic curves to reaction kinetics to finance policy, these books are excellent additions to the extensive list of publications showing what's possible with Wolfram technologies.
Making web forms should be dead simple. That has been one of our goals at Wolfram Research since the release of the Wolfram Cloud. We've made smart input fields, powered by Wolfram|Alpha technology, that understand almost anything users type. We've designed FormFunction and APIFunction so that you can build forms and APIs with the same readable syntax. And now with the newest version of the Wolfram Language, you can build interactive web forms with dynamic branching and control flow using the Ask family of functions.
The population of Wolfram Language speakers around the globe has only grown since the language's inception almost thirty years ago, and we always enjoy discovering users and authors who share their passion for Wolfram technologies in their own languages. So in this post, we are highlighting foreign-language books around the world that utilize Wolfram technologies, from a mathematical toolbox in Japanese to an introduction on bioinformatics from Germany.