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Dynamic Interactivity Language
Fundamental to Mathematica's dynamic interactivity capabilities is a new form of symbolic dynamic language. With a very small number of highly powerful primitives that mix freely with other language constructs, you can write a program in a direct symbolic style, and Mathematica will automatically track dependencies to make controls and output of any kind update dynamically.
Dynamic display as a dynamically updated settable expression of any kind
DynamicWrapper display an object which dynamically updates an expression, but does not display that expression
DynamicModule localize dynamic constructs
With insert static content into a dynamic object
Slider  ▪ Checkbox  ▪ PopupMenu  ▪ Locator  ▪ Manipulator  ▪ ...
    
Low-Level Functions
CurrentValue  ▪ Refresh  ▪ Clock  ▪ EmitSound  ▪ ControlActive
System Interface
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