ChromeApp News, HTML5 GeoGebra
We’ve been working hard to improve the GeoGebra Chrome App.
Some of the improvements include:
- The Derivative command (and hence the Tangent Tool) are now working for all functions (rather than just polynomials as before)
- Integration now works for most common functions (not just polynomials as before)
- The Spreadsheet is now working for simple copy & paste operations (the spreadsheet tools aren’t implemented yet)
- Double-click to redefine and the right-click menus now work in the Graphics View
- There are now more options for loading and saving. As well as uploading directly to GeoGebraTube you can open directly from Google Drive. You can now also save and load .ggb files locally.
- The Chrome App is now working in the same languages as GeoGebra 4.2, so try it out in your language!
- GeoGebraWeb – Spreadsheet view and more… GeoGebra is not only available as a desktop application, but in the web browser too. You can try GeoGebraWeb
in Chrome (works best): http://www.geogebra.org/chrome
or in other […]
- GeoGebra Chrome App released GeoGebra in the browser. That is our new goal. And not just that. With the collaboration with Google, we have developed the GeoGebra Chrome App. It is basically GeoGebra in the browser […]
- GeoGebra Roadmap As always, our development team is working hard behind the scenes to improve and extend GeoGebra based on the valuable feedback from you, our user community. Today, we would like to let […]
- 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 […]
- Using the Google Chrome App GeoGebra is availible in the Chrome Web Store. The features of the web version of GeoGebra are listed in the original blog post.
There is only one problem with the Chrome App. In fact, […]