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Fast math typesetting for the web. (by KaTeX)
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KaTeXCompatible Test File
I want to resolve this KaTeX issue, so in order to test my ideas, is there some LaTeX test file with just a lot of equations, preferably inline (since this issue is related to inline math) but without fancy libraries or stuff not included in KaTeX?

MathJax – Beautiful and accessible math in all browsers
> Could you elaborate on why you switched away from it?
I started using KaTeX sometime after 2015 because it promised to be fast (the fastest! [1]). I had to change the representation of a bunch of expressions because KaTeX didn't support some environments, whilst MathJax did. It was a tradeoff I was willing to accept at the time.
Many years later, I started writing a personal staticsite generator. I wanted comparatively lightweight pages, so rendering serverside was an option. I reevaluated MathJax vs KaTeX again and this time I leaned towards MathJax, as speed was no longer an issue for me. It looks like KaTeX has broader support now [2].
[1] https://katex.org
[2] https://katex.org/docs/support_table.html

Markup of math expressions using SwiftUI or UIKit  How's it possible?
Another alternative: Create a WebView by using UIViewRepresentable and Webkit together with MathJax or Katex where Katex is the better option. Here is a link to katex: https://katex.org/

How to put html input fields into LaTeX vector parenthesis? (with katex properly rendering)
This isn't a LaTeX question. It's a web dev question. Probably best directed at folks who make (or use) KaTeX.

Quick Questions: May 24, 2023
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[Math] HTML + Katex vs PDF + Latex
(1) [https://katex.org/

How do I do this?
If you want to make it from scratch, go with https://www.slatejs.org/examples/richtext, then use something like https://katex.org/ for rendering the LaTeX, and maybe Mathjs.org for plotting.

The fastest math typesetting library for the web
The speed of KaTeX is great, but the lack of support for diagrams (a la tikzcd) is what makes KaTeX unsuitable for general adoption by mathematicians (e.g., mathoverflow.net and all online mathematical wiki I know use MathJax). KaTeX has some rudimentary support for diagrams though the {CD} environment, but something more fully fledged akin to tizkcd or xymatrix is needed. There's been some discussion on their github (https://github.com/KaTeX/KaTeX/issues/219), but I wouldn't hold my breath.

What's the easiest way to display equations with LaTeX in HTML?
Haven't personally used it, but have heard of KaTeX