v0.9.0 / February 18, 2018
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).
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- KaTeX-MathJax comparison
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