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 you know about our plans for the months ahead and our planned next releases.

2013: GeoGebra Web & Tablet Apps

Our main focus right now is on improving GeoGebraWeb (more information: spreadsheet, right click, etc.) to make our software and all your GeoGebraTube applets work very well in web browsers without the need for any plugins. Recently, we have also made great progress with our CAS integration in GeoGebraWeb.

CAS integration for GeoGebraWeb coming soon...

At the same time, we are working hard to use GeoGebraWeb as the basis for GeoGebra Apps with a new touch interface for tablets. Our goal is to get the first Apps ready this summer before the start of the next school year.

2014/15: GeoGebra goes 3D and fully Web

The main new feature of our upcoming new desktop version is a fully integrated 3D graphics view which you can already try out in our GeoGebra 5 Beta release. As we are making fast progress with GeoGebraWeb, we are also planning to include the 3D there using WebGL technology. As you can see, our long-term goal here is to bring all of GeoGebra’s versatile functionality from the Java desktop to web browsers and thus to all platforms including tablets and mobile phones.

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GeoGebra is free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that joins geometry, algebra, tables, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package. It has received several educational software awards in Europe and the USA.

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  • Graphics, algebra and tables are connected and fully dynamic
  • Easy-to-use interface, yet many powerful features
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  • Available in many languages for our millions of users around the world
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