This repo is a refactor of the original Nagwa MathLive repo.

It is supposed to have an upstream Zeyad's MathLive forked repo, which also has an upstream Arnog's MathLive Repo.

After Refactoring is done, the content of this repo should replace the original Nagwa MathLive repo.

MathLive is a powerful web component that provides an easy-to-use interface for
editing math formulas. With over 800 **built-in LaTeX commands**, MathLive
enables beautiful, **TeX-quality typesetting**. It's designed for **mobile
devices** with an extensive set of virtual keyboards for math input, and is also
compatible with screen readers, including custom math-to-speech support for
improved accessibility. In addition, MathLive outputs to LaTeX, MathML,
ASCIIMath, and MathJSON formats, making it incredibly versatile. And the best
part? It's easy to customize to your needs!

Using MathLive is easy! Simply add a `<math-field>`

tag to your page, and it
works just like a `<textarea>`

or `<button>`

element. You can manipulate the
mathfield using methods of the element and listen for events to be notified when
its internal state changes.

```
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en-US">
<body>
<math-field>f(x)=</math-field>
<script src="https://unpkg.com/mathlive"></script>
</body>
</html>
```

MathLive has an extensive set of documentation to help you get started, including guides on interacting with a mathfield, customizing it, executing commands, defining custom LaTeX macros, managing inline and keyboard shortcuts, controlling speech output, and displaying static math formulas. You can find all of these guides on the MathLive website.

In addition to the guides, you can also find reference documentation of the MathLive API on the MathLive SDK page.

- MathJSON (on GitHub)
- A lightweight data interchange format for mathematical notation.
- Compute Engine (on GitHub)
- The CortexJS Compute Engine performs calculations on MathJSON expressions
- Cortex (on GitHub)
- Cortex is a programming language for scientific computing

- Join our Gitter forum
- Drop a line to arno@arno.org

This project is licensed under the MIT License.