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KaTeX
Stable release  v0.9.0^{[1]}
/ February 18, 2018 

Repository 

Written in  JavaScript 
Engine 

Operating system  Crossplatform 
Type  Mathematical software 
License  MIT License 
Website  katex 
KaTeX is a crossbrowser 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]}
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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 serverside rendering: it has an option to generate HTML on the server (so, for example, one can prerender 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 : wmii, GNU Interpreter for Java, Flashblock, PPSSPP, Zclassic, Happstack, X.Org Server
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References[edit  edit source]
 ↑ "Release v0.9.0". KaTeX. 20180218.
 ↑ ^{2.0} ^{2.1} von Gagern, Martin; RichterGebert, Jürgen (2016), "CindyJS Plugins", in Greuel, GertMartin; 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:10.1007/9783319424323_40
 ↑ Venkatesan, S. K. (2015). "TeX as a threestage rocket: Cookiecutter page breaking". TUGboat. TeX User's Group. 36 (2): 145–148.
 ↑ Marvin, Rob (September 19, 2014), "Top 5 projects trending on GitHub this week", SD Times
External links[edit  edit source]
 Official website
 "KaTeX is a (partial) alternative to (some of) MathJax"
 "KaTeX  a new way to display math on the Web"
 KaTeXMathJax comparison
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