These extensions are provided by KaTeX.
- Auto-render: Automatically renders all of the math inside text
- Copy-tex: When selecting and copying KaTeX-rendered elements, copies their LaTeX source to the clipboard
math/texCustom Script Type: Automatically displays LaTeX math inside
- mhchem: Write beautiful chemical equations easily
These libraries are maintained by third-parties.
- ng-katex: Angular module to write beautiful math expressions with TeX syntax boosted by KaTeX library
- KaTeX-iOS: iOS UIView that renders TeX expressions with KaTeX
- KatexUtils: KaTeX solution for newer iOS version, supports CocoaPods integration
- KaTeXView: An android library that uses Khan Academy KaTeX for TeX math rendering.
- react-latex: React component to render latex strings, based on KaTeX
- react-katex: React components that use KaTeX to typeset math expressions
- katex-ruby: Provides server-side rendering and integration with popular Ruby web frameworks (Rails, Hanami, and anything that uses Sprockets).
- katex-rs: Rust bindings to provide server-side rendering.
- vue-katex: Vue plugin to render TeX expressions using KaTeX.
If you want to render math written in AsciiMath, you'll need to first convert AsciiMath into LaTeX input, then call KaTeX.
- asciimath2tex: Converts AsciiMath to TeX, with KaTeX in mind
- canvas-latex: Renders mathematical expressions on HTML5's canvas element. Supports popular libraries like: CreateJS, and PIXI.
- katex-element: KaTeX wrapped in a custom element. Simply use
<katex-element>in HTML - framework independent.
- katex-expression: A web component/custom element (built with Stencil) to render KaTeX expressions. Stencil builds web components that run natively or near-natively in all widely used desktop and mobile browsers. Stencil uses a dynamic loader to load the custom elements polyfill only on browsers that need it.