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MathJax Community Update #7

After a quiet summer, fall has already brought around a ton of cool new stuff and links from around the MathJax community. News HTML5 has been finalized by the W3C! Wikipedia has activated v2.0 of the Math Extension. Registered users … Continue reading

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Springer Science+Business Media continues as a MathJax Supporter

Springer Science+Business Media continues to support MathJax project as a MathJax Supporter. A leading global scientific publisher, Springer publishes 2,200 journals and over 8,000 new books each year. Over 240 open access journals on Springer’s open access platforms Springer Open … Continue reading

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AIP Publishing continues as MathJax Supporter

Mathjax is pleased to announce that AIP Publishing and the American Institute of Physics have reaffirmed their commitment to MathJax in the form of a renewed financial contribution for 2014. AIP Publishing provides the global physical science community with a … Continue reading

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Static site generation for researchers | an interview with Wonseok Shin

Here is our fourth interview with interesting people in the MathJax community. This time we had the pleasure to talk to Wonseok Shin (Stanford University) about jemdoc and jemdoc+MathJax. You recently extended jemdoc to create jemdoc+MathJax. Can you tell us … Continue reading

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Changes to the MathJax CDN

With the release of MathJax v2.4, we have switched CDN providers. The MathJax CDN is now combining Google Cloud Storage and CloudFlare. The majority of page authors and developers will not have to do anything — http://cdn.mathjax.org continues to work … Continue reading

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