JavaViewLib 3.22JavaViewLib provides a superior viewing environment to enhance plots in Maple. It adds many new features to plots' interactivity, such as mouse-controlled scaling, translation, and auto-view modes. JavaViewLib implements arc-ball rotation, making object viewing smoother and less directionally constrained than in Maple. Furthermore, JavaViewLib offers a point modeling feature that allows plots to be manually manipulated.
These features operate not only in Maple worksheets but also in HTML exports.
However, the predominant feature of the JavaviewLib is the capacity to export Maple-generated models into one of two applet based viewers - one optimized for speed, the other for customizability. No longer do plots need to be converted to static images when creating html pages from Maple worksheets. One can also export plot data to a variety of other formats such as VMRL or JavaViewLib's own XML format in which data can be viewed as a markup tree or further developed. With JavaviewLib, models created in other modeling applications such as Maya and Mathematica can easily be imported into Maple's viewing environment.