updated 06:55 pm EDT, Tue September 15, 2009
webMathematica 3 adds expression language
Wolfram Computing has released webMathematica 3.0. The technology serves as a foundation for Wolfram|Alpha, the company's web-based computational engine. The update integrates the abilities of both Mathematica 6 and 7, adding an expression language and improved efficiency when calling Mathematica from web pages. Custom tags are also new, with a library of tags that can redirect flow as web pages are generated.
webMathematica 3 now supports automatic queuing for long-running or asynchronous computation jobs. Support for Wolfram Workbench is claimed to accelerate the development of webMathematica content. The latest version also adds a new logging system, improvements to the kernel monitor and kernel interaction, and support for REST and SOAP web services.
System requirements and pricing information are both available directly from the company.