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Blacklight Blacklight is an open source Solr user interface discovery platform. You can use Blacklight to enable searching and browsing of your collections. Blacklight uses the Apache Solr search engine to search full text and/or metadata. Blacklight has a highly configurable Ruby on Rails front-end. Blacklight was originally developed at the University of Virginia Library and is made public under an Apache 2.0 license.
Blacklight is an open source Solr user interface discovery platform. You can use Blacklight to enable searching and browsing of your collections....
epub.js epub.js is a JavaScript library that provides a robust drop-in EPUB reader application to any website, providing styling, pagination, and persistence. The project comes from FuturePress, an offshoot of the UC Berkeley School of Information.
epub.js is a JavaScript library that provides a robust drop-in EPUB reader application to any website, providing styling, pagination, and...
Grobid GROBID (or Grobid) stands for GeneRation Of BIbliographic Data. It is a machine-learning library for extracting, parsing, and re-structuring journal articles in PDF format into structured TEI-encoded documents that can then be transformed to JATS XML.
GROBID (or Grobid) stands for GeneRation Of BIbliographic Data. It is a machine-learning library for extracting, parsing, and re-structuring...
Hy-phen Hy-phen is a JavaScript implementation of the TeX hyphenation algorithm.
Hy-phen is a JavaScript implementation of the TeX hyphenation algorithm.
Hyphenopoly Hyphenopoly is a JavaScript library for providing robust hyphenation in HTML, especially while hyphenation remains patchily supported by web browsers, especially across multiple languages. Hyphenopoly provides hyphenation dictionaries and algorithms derived from Francis M Liang's classic TeX hyphenation algorithm. Hyphenopoly can be dropped in to any website. Hyphenopoly supercedes an earlier JS system Hyphenator.
Hyphenopoly is a JavaScript library for providing robust hyphenation in HTML, especially while hyphenation remains patchily supported by web...
Hypher Hypher is a hyphenation engine written in JavaScript for web browsers using jQuery. It comes with hy
Hypher is a hyphenation engine written in JavaScript for web browsers using jQuery. It comes with hy
KaTeX KaTeX is a LaTeX-based typesetting tool for mathematical expressions developed by the Khan Academy. It is billed as the fastest math typesetting library for the web because it renders math in real time without the need to reflow the page. It is self-contained with no dependencies and can run server-side or in the browser.
KaTeX is a LaTeX-based typesetting tool for mathematical expressions developed by the Khan Academy. It is billed as the fastest math typesetting...
le-tex Transpect Transpect is an XProc- and XSLT-based framework and suite of modules for managing, schema checking, and converting from/to XML-based formats such as .docx, IDML, EPUB, HTML, DocBook, TEI and JATS. le-tex Transpect also provides a framework for combining modules into publishing workflows with revision control and custom, cascade-based configuration. le-tex Transpect can run standalone or integrated into publishing workflows. A simple upload interface and an HTTP API is available, as is hosted operation and maintenance agreements for professional use.
Transpect is an XProc- and XSLT-based framework and suite of modules for managing, schema checking, and converting from/to XML-based formats such...
Lens Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to explore figures, figure descriptions, references and more without losing one's place in the article text. Lens was designed using the Substance libraries. Much of its functionality is now in eLife's Libero Editor tool.
Lens is an online article-reading environment developed by eLife that ”by treating a JATS journal article as a database”makes it possible to...
MathJax MathJax is a JavaScript display engine for mathematics typesetting that works in web browsers. It provides support for LaTeX, MathML, and AsciiMath in the web based interace. MathJax has a modular design; it is designed for accessibility and interoperability with other applications.
MathJax is a JavaScript display engine for mathematics typesetting that works in web browsers. It provides support for LaTeX, MathML, and AsciiMath...
paged.js Paged.js is a comprehensive print-oriented production system that runs on CSS and JavaScript in a web browser. Developed by the PagedMedia initiative, it aims to offer a best-of-breed CSS-based typesetter as open-source software. It can display both paginated output and editable CSS on a page so that the CSS can be tweaked and changes can be viewed in real time.
Paged.js is a comprehensive print-oriented production system that runs on CSS and JavaScript in a web browser. Developed by the PagedMedia...
Solr Solr is a standalone enterprise search server with a REST-like API. Solr powers the search and navigation features of many of the world's largest internet sites.
Solr is a standalone enterprise search server with a REST-like API. Solr powers the search and navigation features of many of the world's largest...
Tectonic Tectonic is a modern LaTeX typesetting application, designed to be self-contained and easy to install. It automatically downloads support files so users don't have to install a full LaTeX system in order to start using Tectonic. Tectonic can use modern OpenType fonts and is fully Unicode-enabled.
Tectonic is a modern LaTeX typesetting application, designed to be self-contained and easy to install. It automatically downloads support files so...
Wax Wax is a web-based word processor developed by Coko. It is the styling/formatting interface in use within Editoria, and the manuscript annotation and presentation portal in use in PubSweet platforms such as eLife's Libero Reviewer, and Hindawi's Phenom. Editoria provides context-sensitive tagging and formatting and a track-changes workflow, as well as many features driven by the needs of university press workflows. The initial version of Wax was based on the Substance.io library (as with Texture); Wax 2 is based on the ProseMirror library.
Wax is a web-based word processor developed by Coko. It is the styling/formatting interface in use within Editoria, and the manuscript annotation...
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