I just renamed the title of this blog from "Android-Blog" to "Dev-Blog" because I just finished a very early preview of a Desktop version of Function Inspector:
|A very, very early build of Function Inspector Web which will probably be a Java applet in the future.|
In fact, this is my very first useful (to some extend) software that is not written for Android. Of course, I was able to reuse all of the functionality because both is written in Java.
As you can see on the screenshot, I chose a layout that is quite similar to how the Android app is structured.
Those are the things that are working:
- Draw one function: It can draw any function entered in the huge text field. It should also recognize like in tan(x)
- Pan and zoom: Just drag the area and use your mouse wheel to zoom
- Display roots, extrema and inflection points: It does not return the coordinates, though
Everything else just won't do anything ;)
I am planning to create a dedicated website and upload it as a Java Applet. For now it is available for you to test it as a Windows *.exe file: