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Beautiful PDFs from HTML
Asciidoctor has a web PDF tool that just went alpha a little bit ago, uses the same stack as the OP's thingie.
https://github.com/Mogztter/asciidoctorwebpdf
The content handoff goes like this: Asciidoc (using defined roles) generates HTML5 (Pagedjs polyfills page areas / pagination stuff), CSS styles stuff, and Puppeteer runs a headless Chromium for the pdf render. It's straight from CSS GCPM W3C spec, a flavor of CSS Paged Media, drafts that have been percolating since frickin' 2006 but have never seen browser implementation.

A tool to create slides using Markdown easily for you
Just use asciidoc.
E.g.
 https://github.com/Mogztter/asciidoctorwebpdf/tree/master/...
MathJax
 Render mathematical expressions in Markdown On GitHub
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Using Obsidian for mathematical knowledge base
As others have pointed out Obsidian is using MathJaX, which is a custom implementation of a subset of TeX. It doesn't support Tikz, which is way different from the equation subset of TeX, but there is a discussion here: https://github.com/mathjax/MathJax/issues/41

Mataroa blogNaked blogging platform, for minimalists. Just write
Nice. Almost what I want: simplicity, images (for plots), and no adds or tracking. However, I want to author pages on optics, and I want to use MathJax (https://www.mathjax.org/) for equations. Please let me know how I might use MathJax with Mataroa if I've misunderstood. Or, please suggest something similar that supports MathJax. Rolling my own static site (as many NH postings describe) is enticing but beyond my ability. I am not a Web programmer, and Mataroa's simplicity is perfect for me.

Math notation library for CojureScript
I am using https://www.mathjax.org/ for learning math. Is there any library for CLJS that can do math notation/writing like this library does?

How do I write this in Latex?
Obsidian uses a subset of LaTeX, and it's meant only to typeset some relatively basic maths. It does this using MathJax. Here's the list of supported commands and environments.

Your Pains with LaTeX
I think my current pet peeve is LaTeX's fixed output. I've been a (La)TeX user for 30+ years, starting off with plain TeX and Knuth's "The TeXbook", followed by Lamport's book on LaTeX. But I wonder whether its day is past. So much of my writing now is read online that I look for publishing solutions that have flexible outputs: the LaTeX > PDF road, although my goto for years, simply doesn't cut it any more. People read my stuff online, on computers, tablets, mobile phones of all sorts of sizes and orientations, that a fixed page like PDF has become more of a liability. So I'm moving away from "pure" LaTeX to orgmode with export to HTML, and using MathJax for the equations, and something like JSXGraph for (interactive) diagrams.
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Show HN: AlexCalc, a scientific calculator with LaTeX equation display
Thanks a lot! I see now, I am able to reproduce the issue if I go into chrome://flags, search for "Auto Dark Mode for Web Contents", and select "Enabled with simple HSLbased inversion". Just choosing "Enabled" seemed to break the LaTeX entirely. (Please let me know if that isn't roughly what you did)
I don't know how I'll fix this (I've never really debugged mobile web specific stuff before), but I'll look into it this weekend.
There must be a way to fix it, since I don't see the issue when going to https://www.mathjax.org/#demo and entering something like this: $$\frac{1}{\sqrt{2}}$$

AlexCalc, a free/ad free scientific calculator with LaTeX equation display, designed for engineering students
LaTeX equation display uses MathJax in a webview.
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