jsPdf is a Javascript library that creates pdf documents on the fly.

This is very useful to me as I have a familiarity with Javascript and I want to be able to do this operation server-side.

However, it doesn't produce my TeX. It just puts out ''$2+4x^2 = 0'' in the Hello World demo when I modify it.

There must be something I can put in the metadata section/preamble/header/whatever it is to tell the part of the Javascript file that I want it to go through whatever package it is to render with TeX.

Thank you for any help.


closed as off-topic by ChrisS, Torbjørn T., Peter Jansson, jub0bs, mafp Feb 20 '14 at 21:27

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