Posts tegged as 'Marvin for Javascript'

Marvin for JavaScript 0.8 released. Try it!

Mar 21, 2013Eufrozina Hoffmann

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Marvin: beyond Java

Feb 8, 2013Alex Allardyce

ChemAxon’s Marvin Applets requires Java to be installed. At this time Java on Web Browsers is not being well supported which causes problems for end users. We have posted some notes on Security issues with Marvin Applet loading in Web Browsers and on Mac and I wanted to highlight what we have been doing on the development side to have a Marvin without users needing Java.

Marvin for Javascript

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Marvin for JavaScript released

Nov 22, 2012Eufrozina Hoffmann

This live JavaScript implementation is a light-weight chemical editor suitable for generating basic chemical structures and queries on modern web browser pages without installing Java. Further milestones will include a touch enabled version (Q1-2 2013) good for tablet and smartphone use with more features coming based on user demand.
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Structure visualization - Which are your favourite visualization styles?

Nov 19, 2012Eufrozina Hoffmann

With the upcoming launch of Marvin for JavaScript we wanted to find out what you expect to see when working with a chemical editor.

These seven images, from different chemical editors, represent the structure 2-Chloro-1-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-3-(1H-imidazol-1-yl)-2-phenylpropan-1-one.

We would like to know which style version you like and why. Please take the survey below (“Start” button) to tell us the which-es, the why’s and why not’s!

Marvin for JavaScript visualization types

(Image credits: Ödön Farkas, Group of ChemoInformatics & Molecular Modeling at Eötvös Loránd University.)

Survey about Marvin for JavaScript

Survey about Marvin for JavaScript

Which are your favourite visualization styles?