The chemists you work with expect Web applications to display well-rendered chemical structures quickly.
Until now, the tools for doing so have been primitive - static raster images generated dynamically
on a server. Or worse - pre-generated images in a server directory. Both of these options lack the
capabilities needed for creating interactive, visually compelling web content.
ChemVector™ offers a modern solution to the chemical structure imaging problem.
Runs with all commonly-used browsers on Windows, Linux, Mac, and iPad. This includes Internet
Explorer 6-9 in addition to Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari.
Renders structures directly from individual molfiles on a server, or as inline content.
Renders chemical structure content directly from ChemDraw™ binary files (.cdx).
Declarative syntax replaces <img> tags with analogous <object> tags, making it easy for
both developers and designers to work with the resulting markup.
Non-blocking implementation makes it possible to render dozens of structures on a single page
while maintaining UI responsiveness.
Structures can be magnified pre- or post-rendering with no pixelation.