A handy tool to edit, view and compile latex documents. Simply open a .tex file via the UI file selector, and then press on the compile button. Please note that this app has a lite latex compiler (latexjs) and cannot compile complex latex documents. Once the latex document is compiled, you can save it as .pdf format.
Top toolbar has three buttons. The first button is for opening the file selector UI. You can either open a .tex file or drag and drop the file in the app UI. Once the file is selected, you will see the content in the editor above. Next button compiles the latex document to HTML5 format. If the app encounters any errors, you will see the error below the editor area. The last button is for converting the document to PDF. Once you click on the button, the print UI will appear, where you can select the PDF printer.
As mentioned above, this app uses lates.js and codemirror for compiling and rendering latex code. It can render simple latex document, but for complex ones, the compiler, at the current state, will fail. Therefore, it is only suitable for compiling basic latex documents. A sample code is placed for illustrative purpose in the app. You can get an idea of the compiler capabilities by reading the above sample code.
LaTeX Editor app is also available as a browser extension. As an extension, this app does not need an internet connection and can be used offline in your browser. Download links for three popular browsers are as follows: Chrome, Opera, Firefox.
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