Monthly Archives: November 2012

GeoGebra Ambassadors #6

Micky Bullock is our youngest GeoGebra Ambassador. He tweets a lot about GeoGebra and uploads great materials to his GeoGebraTube account. Who are you, what are you doing? Micky Bullock. I teach mathematics at Forest School, an independent secondary school

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WebRTC is now available for public

Concerning this post, in the 23th version of Google Chrome the WebRTC specification is available without any “flag” to modify. What this means to us that the “Capture Image from WebCam” option of GeoGebraWeb now available for millions and millions Chrome

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Dashed lines in HTML5

With the release of Chrome 23, 3 out of 4 major browsers now support dashed curves in HTML5: Safari 5.1.2: FAIL Safari 6: OK Chrome 16.0.912.77: FAIL Chrome 23: OK Firefox 9: OK (uses mozDash) IE 9, 10: FAIL WebKit

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4.2 Release Candidate

GeoGebra 4.2 will be released soon. 21 developers have contributed to this release, so there are many new and exciting features to explore and enjoy! Here are some of the things you can look forward to, and details of how to

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GeoGebra supports two versions of Java OpenGL for 3D

For some weeks GeoGebra 5.0 beta version now supports as well Java OpenGL 1 (JOGL1) and JOGL2 for 3D rendering. You can start both from webstart here: Portable versions should follow.   Historically we started 3D with JOGL1. JOGL1

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