Since 2015 I tried many times to integrate my complex analysis notes with
applets that I have designed or adapted from other people. Finally, in 2019,
I was able to accomplish this task thanks to the development of mathematical,
open-source, software capable to run online in (almost) any browser. This book
would not have been possible without a ton of people sharing their great work.
As much as possible, I've tried to keep track of all the online resources,
books and articles that I have used.
A big "thank you" to all the people who have supported this project
with donations (Patreon/Paypal), suggestions and recommendations:
Kelly E. Matthews,
Carla Luciane Klôa Schöninger,
Leticia Hernández López,
SureshKumar M S,
Paul St. Jean,
Many thanks also to:
Jeffrey Thompson for allowing me to fork the design of his book Collision Detection.
Aaron Montag, Martin von Gagern, Stefan Kranich and Michael Strobel creators, developers and contributors of the CindyJS project. Thanks for allowing me to adapt your great applets.
Jürgen Richter-Gebert, one of the authors of the interactive mathematics software Cinderella, who now works on the CindyJS project. The
GeoGebra developers and community who share their wonderful constructions and applets.
Daniel Shiffman, an amazing teacher who shares his knowledge with the world. I have learned all the basics about programming from his books and video tutorials The Coding Train.
Lauren McCarthy, the creator of p5.js, and to the great community of creative people who use this programming language.
MathJax. However, in some applets KaTeX is used instead.
Finally, about the applets:
The applets "Analytic Landscapes" and "Taylor Series" were adapted for the purposes of this book. The original versions can be found in the
CindyGL-Gallery. I designed all the GeoGebra applets. They can be downloaded from this
GeoGebra book. I also designed all the p5.js applets and the source code can be found at
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