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Stable release
v0.9.0[1] / February 18, 2018; 2 years ago (2018-02-18)
Written inJavaScript
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Operating systemCross-platform
TypeMathematical software
LicenseMIT License

KaTeX is a cross-browser JavaScript library that displays mathematical notation in web browsers. It puts special emphasis in being fast and easy to use.[2]

It was initially developed by Khan Academy,[3] and became one of the top five trending projects on GitHub in September 2014.[4]

Features[edit | edit source]

KaTeX rendering of math claims to be:

  • Fast: It renders its math synchronously and doesn’t need to reflow the page.
  • Print quality: Its layout is based on TeX.
  • Self contained: It has no dependencies, so it can be easily bundled.
  • Capable of server-side rendering: it has an option to generate HTML on the server (so, for example, one can pre-render expressions using Node.js and send them as plain HTML).

However, compared to MathJax, it handles only a more limited subset of LaTeX's mathematics notation.[2]

See also[edit | edit source]

Others articles of the Topic Free software : JQuarks, Enlightenment (software), Buildix, VirtualMetric, wpkg, Geneotree, eXo Platform
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References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Release v0.9.0". KaTeX. 2018-02-18.
  2. 2.0 2.1 von Gagern, Martin; Richter-Gebert, Jürgen (2016), "CindyJS Plugins", in Greuel, Gert-Martin; Koch, Thorsten; Paule, Peter; Sommese, Andrew, Mathematical Software – ICMS 2016: 5th International Conference, Berlin, Germany, July 11–14, 2016, Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9725, Springer, pp. 327–334, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-42432-3_40
  3. Venkatesan, S. K. (2015). "TeX as a three-stage rocket: Cookie-cutter page breaking". TUGboat. TeX User's Group. 36 (2): 145–148.
  4. Marvin, Rob (September 19, 2014), "Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week", SD Times

External links[edit | edit source]

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