A native Mac OS X version of webMathematica is now shipping from Wolfram Research with speed gains and improved stability among the features, company spokesperson Benjamin Wilson told MacCentral.
webMathematica is Web server software for adding live calculations to Web sites. It lets you create Web sites that allow users to compute and visualize results directly from a Web browser. webMathematica is based on the Java Servlet technology and is fully compatible with Mathematica and other dynamic Web systems.
Mathematica is widely used by engineers, scientists, researchers and students to perform a wide range of technical computing tasks. Mathematica provides an integrated environment for numeric and symbolic calculation; visualization; and programming.
Pricing for Mathematica and webMathematica varies, depending on whether you’re a commercial, academic, or student user. Go to
Wolfram’s Web site for details.