This is a big question, but just wondered if anyone had any thoughts about the continued development of the CDFPlayer? I have been very thankful that I have been able to share Mathematica documents with my students. I wish they could all HAVE Mathematica, but there never seems to be funding for that.
I just wondered if the release of Mathematica online would have any impact or implications for the continued support of the free player?
HI, thanks for responding. Is it completely not working, or just an error message. In the past, the release of the new version took a few weeks after the release of Mathematica. My students could still open files I created in the newer version of Mathematica, but they got a "possible compatibility issue" message.
But , that's why I haven't ungraded my version of Mathematica yet.
Have a scan back on the Wolfram CDF player forum - it wasn't my post but I came across it.
Scanning back a few days I find ....
"Current CDF Player 9.0.1 Does Not Work With Mathematica 10.0.1!"
This is all very disturbing to the thousands of CDF users. I think it's concerning there is no roadmap - we are just asked to believe in some cloud cased solution that involves charging. Wolfram need to be much clearer about what is going on or I am afraid we will see a mass migration away from these products.