Open-source projects categorized as mathjax

Top 14 mathjax Open-Source Projects

  • vnote

    A pleasant note-taking platform.

    Project mention: Looking for rule book creation suggestions | | 2023-03-06

    That said, if you do want a specialized editor for markdown, I've personally used vnote in the past. I like it because it's native and lightweight.

  • MathJax

    Beautiful and accessible math in all browsers

    Project mention: Is it possible to learn maths and physics with Obsidian? | | 2023-05-27
  • Appwrite

    Appwrite - The Open Source Firebase alternative introduces iOS support . Appwrite is an open source backend server that helps you build native iOS applications much faster with realtime APIs for authentication, databases, files storage, cloud functions and much more!

  • markdown-preview-enhanced

    One of the 'BEST' markdown preview extensions for Atom editor!

  • texme

    Self-rendering Markdown + LaTeX documents

    Project mention: What software do you use to make documents without resorting to Microsoft word? | | 2023-01-30

    It probably won't cover needs of "make documents at our office" but I'd like to mention Basically you prepend your markdown file with a line of HTML/Javascript, rename it to HTML and it'll render pretty in a webbrowser.

  • AsciidocFX

    Asciidoc Editor and Toolchain written with JavaFX 19 (Build PDF, Epub, Mobi and HTML books, documents and slides)

    Project mention: Why use javafx | | 2023-03-31


  • MathJax-src

    MathJax source code for version 3 and beyond

    Project mention: What is the latest MathJax? | | 2022-12-13

    I am using MathJax from Emacs org-mode and it is grabbing MJ 3 from[email protected]/es5/tex-mml-chtml.js In Emacs I supposedly have configuration options to get, for example, the LaTeX Euler font -- or a few others. But it doesn't seem to work. I inspect my web page output and I see a CSS class MJX-TEX, and it's CSS breakdown is .MJX-TEX { font-family: MJXZERO, MJXTEX; } Good. I think I can simply go into my own CSS and change something with the font family. But I wouldn't know what to. I found this code where it seems to have a long list of "font families" but I have no idea what they are or how to change the above CSS font-family tag. I read that 3 doesn't allow changing fonts. Is that still true? Any knowledge on how to handle/change fonts appreciated.

  • cocalc

    CoCalc: Collaborative Calculation in the Cloud

    Project mention: Ask HN: Who has deployed commercial features using GPT4? | | 2023-04-15

    1. I'm integrating ChatGPT extensively into This integration makes a lot of sense, because cocalc is a platform in which relatively inexperienced students use Jupyter notebooks, linux terminals and Latex. So far, the most popular feature by far is a "Help me fix this" button that appears above stacktraces in Jupyter notebooks.

    2. One software engineering challenges is that ChatGPT often outputs code in markdown blocks. I've had to emphasize in prompts that it should explicitly mark the language. I then got inspired to make it possible to evaluate in place the code that appears in these blocks using a Jupyter kernel, and spent a week making that work (so, e.g., if you type a question into the chatgpt box on the landing page at, and code appears in the output, often you can just evaluate it right there). There seem to be endless surprises and challenges though. For example, a few minutes ago I realized that sometimes the giant tracebacks one gets when using Python in Jupyter notebooks are so big (even doing simple things with matplotlib) that they end up resulting in too much truncation:

    3. I'm mostly using GPT-3.5-turbo rather than GPT4, even though I have a GPT4 api key. Aside from costs, GPT4 takes about 4x as long, which often just feels too long for my use case. The average time for a complete response from GPT-3.5 for my application is about 8 seconds, versus over 30s for GPT4.

  • Sonar

    Write Clean JavaScript Code. Always.. Sonar helps you commit clean code every time. With over 300 unique rules to find JavaScript bugs, code smells & vulnerabilities, Sonar finds the issues while you focus on the work.

  • vscode-markdown-editor

    A vscode extension to make your vscode become a full-featured WYSIWYG markdown editor

  • pseudocode.js

    Beautiful pseudocode for the Web

    Project mention: [Obsidian Md] Quelqu'un a-t-il utilisé l'obsidienne pour prendre des notes dans une classe d'algorithme? Comment écrivez-vous le code pseudo? | | 2023-05-12
  • MathWiki

    An vault for my math course notes in university.

    Project mention: One year of math notes in Obsidian | | 2023-05-18

    I use the CMU Serif font in reading mode, which is the font that LaTeX uses by default and it can be downloaded here. Once you download it, you can set it as your reading mode font by going to Settings > Appearance > Font > Text Font. IIRC this also changes the editing mode font to CMU Serif, so I have a snippet that forces the editing mode font to be what I want (Courier Prime).

  • react-mathjax

    React component to display math formulas

  • num2math

    Complicated math expression generator

    Project mention: For my dashers in high school | | 2023-04-28

    You used didn't you?

  • purple-pi

    :purple_heart: LaTeX math wherever you want


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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2023-05-27.

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What are some of the best open-source mathjax projects? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 vnote 10,256
2 MathJax 9,409
3 markdown-preview-enhanced 3,909
4 texme 2,165
5 AsciidocFX 1,737
6 MathJax-src 1,711
7 cocalc 1,055
8 vscode-markdown-editor 277
9 pseudocode.js 171
10 MathWiki 133
11 react-mathjax 90
12 num2math 67
13 purple-pi 32
14 obsidian-mathlinks 13
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