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October 29 2014 eithne 875 MapleNet

MapleNet 18 is now available.  MapleNet 18 provides increased mobile support and eliminates the need for a Java plug-in when interacting with Maple documents in a web browser. See What’s New in MapleNet 18 for more information.

 

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Maple WWW Net - Maple WWW integration with MapleNet

DigiArea Team is proud to present Maple WWW Net. 

Maple WWW Net is a part of Maple WWW technology that brings integration with MapleNet. Now you can access the power of Maple core directly from your worksheets in the internet. Maple WWW Net allows you to develop Maple worksheets enriched by live computations and interactive controls.

You can read more about the technology here:
http://digi-area.com/light/MapleWWW/

 

 

Hi, 
I love programming in Maple and I am interested in using MapleNet to display Maplets I have created. However, I am a novice in software and web technology. My questions, do I only need creating Maple worksheets, establishing interfaces and uploading the worksheets at an appropriate server in order to be able using MapleNet without any additional software? Can MapleNet display both GUI-based and command-driven-based Maplets on the web? Btw, I already read and downloaded "5 Developing Worksheets for MapleNet" but I do not fully understand its contents due to technical terms used in it.
I noticed that the following website: http://www.maplenet.net/ offers web services commercially. Does this website
have any relationship with MapleNet from Maplesoft or one of the most appropriate servers to upload and play our worksheets with MapleNet?

Thanks in advance for any helpful reply.

Loeky

email: L.Haryanto@unhas.ac.id


Voting is open for the next individual prize to be awarded as part of the Möbius App Challenge.  The winner will receive a DSLR Camera Prize Pack! 

Here are the finalist Apps:

If you do not have the latest version of Java installed, released last week, you may have problems viewing these apps, as older versions of Java seem to be quietly disabling themselves.  I’ve attached a zip file of the finalist Apps in case it is helpful. finalists.zip

Note that, if you ever have any problems viewing Apps in your browser, or simply want to work offline, you can always download a Möbius App and view it in Maple or the free Maple Player. To download a Möbius App, follow the link to the App and then click on the Download button near the top left of the page.

You can vote for your favorite through our Facebook page or, if you’re not on Facebook, send an email with your vote to Mobius-Project@maplesoft.com.

And remember, we are now accepting entries for the next quarterly prize. You could win an Xbox One!  See the Möbuis App Challenge for details.

Voting closes Jan. 30.

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MapleNet 16 is now available. New features include the ability to programmatically execute Maple documents from your MapleNet application and support for the Symbolic Computation Software Composability Protocol (SCSCP) framework, which promotes interoperability with special-purpose computer algebra systems. For more details, see What’s New in MapleNet 16.

 

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Hi guys,

I tried many days but cannot find where to download or buy MapleNet 15. Please help me I am so appriciated.

Several things are broken on mapleprimes right now, including

- embedded (full) worksheets as displayed 2D Math, etc

- reputation plots for several (if not most) members

- both moderator badge updates

 

MapleNet 15 has just been released. MapleNet 15 brings the power of Maple 15 to your web sites and applications. New features include support for the new interactive data tables and single-click re-execution of documents.  MapleNet 15  also automatically detects when it is being accessed from a mobile device and adapts the display according to the device capabilities. 

You can learn more about MapleNet 15

MapleNET Server...

April 20 2011 ilker 0

I want to publish a Maple Program on Web. How I do ?
I want a MapleNET Server to run on a pc for fast.

On the topic of the quality of rendering of (2D) Math on websites, could that also be re-examined for both Mapleprimes and Maplesoft's on-line help system?

Right now the on-line help has pages with missing images in Examples. For example, the `int` and `sum` on-line help pages, here and here.

On that

When entering an expression into Maple that is not in simplest form (2*(x +y)/2 Maple desktop will automatically change it to x+y. I have tried subtracting equivalent expressions, using evalb, using convert, and using simplify, but I cannot get 2*(x+y)/2 to be equivalent to (x+y) using the MapleNet web service.

Any help appreciated.

I am trying to establish communication with a mySQL database from a maplet provided over the Internet.

It's my understanding that the classpath for the JDBC must reside on the same filesystem as the maplet.

When I test my maplet on any of my computers (all Windows) I have not problem. Because I know exactly where the JAR file is located the following LoadDriver command works:

  JDBC_MySQLdriver:=LoadDriver('driver'="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver",
    'classpath' = "C:\\Documents and Settings/Doug/Desktop/mysql-connector-java-5.1.13-bin.jar");

But, if I put this maplet on one of my websites for others to download, then this path will be meaningless for other users - and even if the path were somehow valid, there is no guarantee they have the right JAR file in this location.

If I serve the maplet with my MapleNet server, then I am (in principle) back in the first case. I can put the JAR file almost anywhere on the MapleNet server. A natural place seems to be in /root/maplenet/jar/. This would mean the following should work:

  JDBC_MySQLdriver:=LoadDriver('driver'="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver",
    'classpath' = "/root/maplenet/jar/mysql-connector-java-5.1.13-bin.jar");

Alas, this is not successful, complaining that the driver com.mysql.jdbc.Driver cannot be found. In case it matters, the MapleNet server is running under Linux and the other setups are different varieties of Windows.

Can anyone give me some pointers on how to make this work? In particular,

  1. is it possible to allow users to use a remotely served JAR file?
    Maybe with a reference to the file given along the lines of
    'classpath'="http://maple.math.sc.edu:80/maplenet/jar/mysql-connector-java-5.1.13-bin.jar"
  2. What is the correct syntax to specify the classpath on a Linux system that includes a MapleNet server?
  3. Can I put the JAR file in the CLASSPATH environment variable on the MapleNet server (in /etc/profile)?

I am using MapleNet14 on Mac OS X Server 10.6.4. 

 

I tried to draw 3D plot by the use of MapleNet's Image Generation.

But the following URL that is sample code from document does not 

produce 3D plot.

http://localhost:8080/maplenet/imaging/image?maple=plot3d(x^2%2By^2,x=-1..1,y=-1..1)&width=400&height=400

 

Error messages are

  MapleNet JSP Error

  com.sun.opengl.impl.macosx.CGL.createPBuffer...

A new edition of Maplets for Calculus  (M4C) is now available.  M4C v1.3 is a collection of 129 maplets for calculus students and instructors.  The 35 new maplets fill in some gaps in the coverage of precalculus and single variable calculus and begin to address multivariate topics. Each maplet provides a customized graphical user interface (using 2D and 3D graphics and animation) to provide immediate, step-by-step guidance through an endless supply of random ...

hi all

im reading documentation about mapleNET web services

"Currently the input strings must represent Maple 1-D expressions. The output will be Maple 1-D expressions."

 

what is Maple 1-D expressions?

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