I could embed DragMath as well, but I was wondering if there's a way to have a good WYSIWYG formula editor without requiring the users to run a Java applet.
Disclaimer: I'm working for Scolab on one of the editor listed below.
This list of MathML editors could help you: http://www.w3.org/Math/Software/mathml_software_cat_editors.html
I know these web-based editors and display engines:
Screenshot of the editor embedded in ShareMath.com:
Please post your other findings!
MathQuill is a very good and modern opensource library – it's WYSIWYG but it uses keyboard extensively and if you know LaTeX commands, you can use them too. It's the library used by Symbolab.
Or you try the equation editor called jqmath. It's very fast and easy to use, even though it isn't exactly WYSIWYG.
this is what I am considering using
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