|Tags||Web Graphics Presentation Scientific/Engineering Mathematics Visualization|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The long-awaited release of version 0.98 of JSXGraph contains the new element "slope triangle", improved sector elements, an updated moodle plugin, and many other smaller changes. There has been a considerable speedup of the underlying SVG drawing, which results in a smooth handling on very small devices. As always, numerous bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a complete overhaul of JSXGraph codebase. The most radical internal change is the implementation of the AMD pattern to actually enforce the module pattern which only existed theoretically before. This release also contains many bugfixes and new features (among them, a tape measure and line hashes).
Release Notes: This release contains SketchReader, the library to read sketchometry files; sketchometry is the dynamic geometry project tailored for use on tablets. Further enhancements in this release are dragging of polygons and curves, rotation of labels, better event handling, and new configuration options for zooming and panning. Quite a few bugs were identified and fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes and much-improved text handling. All texts may now be right-aligned or centered. Internal (SVG) texts are much better supported. A much-requested new text option is "rotate:degree", for easy rotation of internal texts. With minor and major arcs, there are new geometric objects. Event handling has been improved, JSXGraph no longer interferes with events from outside, and custom event handlers can be introduced much more flexibly.
Release Notes: This release enables the long awaited flexible positioning of labels, e.g. of axes. It brings improved event handling. It contains many bugfixes and better GEONExT file format compatibility. Many other small improvements make JSXGraph programming more convenient, for example setProperty() is now available for groups, transformations can by applied to data plots, and points may snap to other points.