In-browser-TeX: TeX Hour: Thursday 22 July, 6:30 to 7:30pm UK time
jfine2358 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 21 21:52:37 CEST 2021
Within 25 years, TeX Live will provide TeX running in the web browser. And
it will be a mainstream way of using TeX. That is my prediction.
Tomorrow's TeX Hour will present work being done now that will bring this
into being. Important preparatory work has already been done by Mozilla.
I'm doing modest work on simplifying and minimizing TeX Live.
TeX Hour date and time: Thursday 22 July, 6.30 to 7.30pm UK time.
UK time now: https://time.is/UK.
Meeting ID: 785 5125 5396
The videos for last week's TeX Hour (about 21st century Digital Typography)
are available at:
The rest of this message is more information about recent and current work.
Iodide lets you do data science entirely in your browser. Create, share,
collaborate, and reproduce powerful reports and visualizations with tools
you already know.
Mozilla and Jupyter in-browser data science platform.
https://jupyterlite.github.io/demo/lab/ # In-browser Jupyter environment
https://pyodide.org/en/stable/console.html # Python in the browser.
Several in-browser LaTeX compilers are available, getting closer to being
http://manuels.github.io/texlive.js/ # PDF preview not working for me
https://www.swiftlatex.com/ # It's down right now.
Here's a non-compliant in-browser LaTeX to HTML5 translator.
Finally, there is of course MathJax (a NumFOCUS sponsored project, with
important supporters). For over 10 years, MathJax has been providing
in-browser typesetting of LaTeX notation mathematics.
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