(Excerpt from "The MathML Handbook" by Pavi Sandhu)

As we saw under Displaying MathML in web browsers: Add-on software: WebEQ, WebEQ is a Java-based suite of programs for authoring and displaying mathematics on the Web. Under Authoring and editing MathML: WebEQ, we discussed the use of the WebEQ Editor (for authoring MathML equations) and the WebEQ Viewer Control (for displaying the equations in a Web page). In this section, we look at some additional features of the Editor and Viewer Control that are relevant for creating interactive mathematical content. We also discuss a third component of the WebEQ suite, the Input Control, which is an applet for authoring and editing equations in a Web page.

A key feature of WebEQ is that it includes a set of JavaScript and DOM APIs for scripting the Viewer Control and Input Control applets. Using the API functions, you can create scriptable mathematical content in Web pages.



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