Euclide, geometry constructions app, is back on track
In a nutshell, Euclide is a free crossplatform application tailored for geometry constructions.
The application provides quite a lot of ways to draw various geometric primitives and measure them. You can also change styles and use layers to separate parts of constructions. There's over a dozen of transforms you can apply to your constructions too.
Since developement resumed in early September, Euclide got the following new features:
- Vertical Line and Horizontal Line tools;
- union and intersection of polygons;
- complement of a domain;
- rectangle by two corners.
Euclide is written in Java, so it runs virtually anywhere. You can download a ready to use package as well as source code here.
Sadly, unlike AlDraw, a newer attempt at the same feature set, Euclide doesn't yet provide an SVG exporter. Hopefully this will be addressed in the future.