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One of coolest Latex editors that has not been mentioned is RTextDoc. I use it since it has instant grammar checking, equation editor and dictionary. Plus I use it on my Mac (since Java based). Here are some features: On-the-fly spelling (20 languages) Instant grammar checker Multi-language (>15 languages) Integrated offline dictionaries Syntax ...
A part of problem has been resolved. I wrote in a lightweight markup formats markdown, then compiled in a laptop using pandoc.
Any “Web 2.0” page should do, if you are able to include MathJax, I for example use a Wikimedia and a Wordpress that way; both offer preview, and if you have any CMS giving you live preview (saw that on an OLAT, though thats e-Learning), you have your live rendering. Update: There are actually some sites, that use MathJax (and I focused on that, because ...
Vim with LaTeX-Box Platforms: Windows, Mac, Linux and others License: Open Source Charityware Compilation: using latexmk (<Leader>ll) Unicode: Yes % !TEX directives: No, but has modelines Syntax Highlighting: Yes, customizable Code Completion: Yes (using Omni Completion; snippet via additional plugin) Code Folding: Yes Spell Checking: Yes SyncTeX: ...
FlyLatex now (since early June 2013, I believe) supports extra packages. Put any extra packages in the "texpackages." The packages/images will be available to all users (global-level access). I made it this way to save space for the administrator. But I'm working on adding an option to make packages/images uploadable and accessible on an per-user level.
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