On Thursday, November 21, 2013 11:18:09 AM UTC-10, Nasser M. Abbasi wrote:
> On 11/21/2013 1:14 PM, clicliclic wrote: > >>Should be no problem once Rubi can be run without Mathematica > > I wanted to make a CDF (i.e. Mathematica applet), which has > Rubi code inside it which will just take user input, i.e. the > integrand, and gives Rubi's result. > > This way one can try Rubi using a browser using the free CDF plugin > or by using the free CDF player. (similar to the integral > site http://integrals.wolfram.com) but runs in a CDF > and using Rubi Int instead of Mathematica Integrate. > > The problem, is the free CDF generated does not allow free form > input for the input field. Which means one can't just type in > the integrand expression as they want. One must use only menus > and buttons and sliders and such. > > But soon, one should be able to run Mathematica code directly > in the cloud using MathematicaOnline . Snippet below from dailytech.com > and this information can be found at other places > (google Wolfram Language) > > " Wolfram Programming Cloud > Can be hosted on private clouds via Function Call Interface > Supports publishing on CloudCDF > > MathematicaOnline > Expands on the current webMathematica > > In-browser full Mathematica sessions (versus more limited current cloud offerings) > " > > This should make it possible to run Rubi and do many other things > more easily using Mathematica directly on the net, and no Mathematica > is needed to be installed. But ofcourse one will need Mathematica > to make changes to the code itself.
Great! Making Rubi available to a larger audience has long been my goal. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to facilitate the process.