Math on the web: innovations from Khan Academy

The folks at Khan Academy are doing some very interesting things. Today I heard about an effort they’re calling KaTeX, math typesetting for the web. It is designed to be a fast alternative to MathJax, as far as I can tell — MathJax is great in some ways but can take a while to render. The syntax is based on TeX and when you load a page, it doesn’t reflow around the math expressions. It’s a Javascript library. Javascript is enabling some cool things…

So, my questions: does it play well with ebook standards?



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