## Mathjax Parser for HTML Strings

Mathjax is great for rendering math on the web. You can simply choose delimiters for inline- and display-math and then start inputing some html mixed with mathjax-delimited stuff, and mathjax will render it for you. For example: <p>Here’s some math: $\frac a b = c$</p> (assuming $…$ is your inline-math-delimiter) This could be great, for […]

## MathJax vs KaTeX vs MathML vs Latex2Img

There is a multitude of options to display mathematics on the web including MathJax, Katex, MathML and Latex2Image. Which one is right for you? TL;DR: Choose Mathjax. Mathjax Mathjax can work with latex or mathml input, then sends the code to the mathjax library which renders a “mathjax element”. This is a svg with fonts, […]