Tuesday, May 17, 2016

"Math Editor" addon for CKEditor


      I created a plugin "FMath Editor" for CKEditor to add and edit Mathematics on web.
"FMath Editor" is a WYSIWYG formula editor (an equations editor) and is based  ONLY on JavaScript, so it runs on any browser.
You can download from: http://ckeditor.com/addon/FMathEditor

Also the editor allow you to edit the same formula later.

Ionel Alexandru

Thursday, April 28, 2016

FMath "HTML + MathML" for Chrome Solution


I have created an extension for Google Chrome to display MathML inside HTML.

The solution is ONLY javascript.

To install the extension  https://support.google.com/chrome_webstore
Search for "MathML" keyword.

After you install the extension you can test by going on this page

The page is built using HTML and MathML. No other tricks.

ionel alexandru

P.S. Let me know on www.fmath.info if you find bugs or you need more features.

Friday, April 8, 2016

Improved FMath MathML Formula and FMath Editor - Release 2.1.2


         I have a new free to use version for "FMath MathML Formula" components and for "FMath MathML Editor":
  • Now it is possible to tweak the way the root is dislayed for "msqrt" and "mroot" elements. I added the attribute "thickness". Also I added the attribute "sqrtthickness" in "mstyle" element.
  • 30% 50% 80% 100% 120%

  • For java version I have migrate the xml reader to jdom2.0 library.

  • If you need help to use or if you find bugs which you want to be solved, let me know.

    Ionel Alexandru

    Thursday, December 3, 2015

    Free Editor for Mathematics ONLY Html5 and Javascript


    On www.fmath.info I have published the first version for an editor for mathematics ONLY in javascript.

    The editor is created around  "Fmath Formula", the solution to display mathml, latex or omml on web.

    Like all other components on www.fmath.info the editor is free to download and use.

    Ionel Alexandru

    Thursday, November 6, 2014

    Display MathML with Html5-Javascript solution


        A new solution to display MathML on web using only HTML 5  / Javascript technologies is available for download: http://www.fmath.info/java/download.jsp

    A page with examples for all tags and how to use:

    The list of tags implemented from MathML is here:

    An example for mroot and msqrt tags (ltr and rtl implementation):

    Ionel Alexandru

    Thursday, December 6, 2012

    Free FMath Editor 2.4: Windows Word Importer


         A new version of free mathematics editor for web is available on www.fmath.info.
    The list of changes are:
    • Importer from Microsoft Word - Equation Editor. The editor can import equations from Microsoft Word (OMML standard)  in MathML and display it. The translation is done without any communication with the server and no need to have installed Microsoft Word on your local computer. The process is implemented only in AS3 for Flash;

    • Changed the default XML editor to "XML Editor" created by Szabolcs Kurdi for XML syntax. Now you can easily see the errors (like in figure) and also the attributes and tags.

    • Add tool-tip for buttons. The text displayed is in the configuration file and can be changed or translated.

    • Add tool-tip for buttons.
    • Improved version of Latex-MathML translator.

    For Java, the package "fmath-latex-mathml-v0.4.jar" have one new method:

    String mathml = ConvertFromLatexToMathML.convertToMathML(latex);
    String latex = ConvertFromMathMLToLatex.convertToLatex(mathml);
    String mathml = ConvertFromWordToMathML.getMathMLFromDocStream(stream, "ISO-8859-1");
    This allow you to import equations from Microsoft Word in MathML.
    An Online example is on http://www.fmath.info/java/latex-mathml-converter/
    The same, no need to have Microsoft Word installed.

    All packages on www.fmath.info are free for download and use.

    Ionel Alexandru

    Monday, March 5, 2012

    Create applications for mathematics for IPAD, Android or Blackberry

           This is a presentation about creating applications for mathematics Android Devices, BlackBerry PlayBook, iPhone and iPad using Flash Builder from Adobe and FMath components. www.fmath.info has two flex components:

    Steps to create the application:
    1. Install Flash Builder from Adobe;
    2. Download the components from www.fmath.info/flex (swc file and fonts)
      1. flexComponentFormula-v1.6.2-b....zip;
      2. flexComponentEditor-v2.3-b....zip;
    3. Unzip the packages;
    4. Copy the swc files in your project/libs;
    5. Now you can see the components in Flash Builder - Design Mode under Mathematics category.

    6. Copy the folder fontswf (lookAndFeel and config file for editor) in project/bin-debug
    7. Now you can create a project with Flash Builder and insert FMath components.
    The source code for two examples can be found here: http://www.fmath.info/flex/download.jsp

    1. testFlexMobileProjectFormula-v1.6.2-b....zip - is an application example to display a mathml formula or a latex formula on an IPad. But the project can be changed to generate applications for Android or Blackberry. In this example you can read the mathml or latex formula, change it and display it again.

    2. testFlexMobileProjectEditor-v2.3-b....zip - is an application example to display the editor on an IPad.  In this example you can read the mathml created by the editor.

    More details about component's attributes and how to use, can be found on www.fmath.info/flex

    Ionel Alexandru