As I mentioned in previous post, It would be cool if Mathjax is supported. Mathjax is a js library for (la)tex rendering in browsers, there’s a wide range of use among academic people, engineers/programmers. Combining math formulas with Kinopio would be great for better math understanding.

It could be done with include Mathjax js library in the webpage or choosing server-side rendering. I know it actually involves many factors, server load, page loading speed, extra maintains, and server cost, so follow your roadmap, and if there is any chance to get it supported I’d appreciate it very much.

Just wanted to add that I am a fan of KaTeX. My impression is that it’s not quite as full-featured as mathjax but doesn’t have the annoying FOUC that happens with mathjax. (I also find the context menu that comes up with mathjax a bit visually jarring.)

I’m not sure whether rendering cards in kinopio happens server-side or what, but it’d be theoretically possible to run KaTeX in node on the server, which would likely load faster for clients.