making a web page with interactive figures
andy.elvey at paradise.net.nz
Wed May 16 11:56:23 CEST 2001
.... and another option may be Rebol (http://www.rebol.com). It can
certainly do what you mention , and has *very* elegant and concise syntax.
Free , but not strictly "open-source" (although it is possible to see the
source-code of its "mezzanine" functions - those that are written in Rebol
itself (and there are many .... ) .
An open-source "work-alike" of Rebol is being put together at
( Oscar - Open Source Code Aka Rebol ) .
Steve Purcell <stephen_purcell at yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:mailman.989978483.25623.python-list at python.org...
> tla wrote:
> > 1) Display two graphs, and when the user selects (clicks on) a point in
> > graph, have the other graph refresh with a new picture based on the
> > point.
> > 2) (I think this is harder than #1.) Given two simple figures, A and B,
> > composed of just few arrows and boxes, etc. , I would like to allow the
> > grab (click and hold) an object in A, and move it around smoothly, and
> > this is being done, smoothly update the objects in B, in some
> > depending on what's happening in A.
> > 3) For any state in #1 and #2, generate a stereo sound file from two
> > arrays and allow the user to listen to this.
> > I assume, especially, for 2, but possibly for 1 and 3, that the user
> > to have an executable that automatically runs on their computer. Is
> > way this would work? What are my options for this? If I can't use
> > these, what should I use?
> Two possible choices are
> 1. Java applets
> 2. Python CGIs plus scripted Flash (http://opaque.net/ming)
> Steve Purcell, Pythangelist
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