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resumake.io - 📋 A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes.

  •    Javascript

A website for automatically generating elegant LaTeX resumes without the need to write any TeX code yourself. Simply choose a template, fill in as much (or as little) info as you want, and then press Make to see your output. You can change your template at any point to see how your resume looks with different designs.

grunt-latex - A Grunt plugin to compile LaTeX documents using pdflatex

  •    Javascript

Compile LaTeX documents using pdflatex and other latex engines. From version 0.2.0, it is also possible to set the engine parameter to use other commands than pdflatex, for example lualatex. Please note that not all options may be supported by other engines.

mathmode - Turns LaTeX math mode expressions into images

  •    Javascript

This node.js module turns LaTeX math mode expressions into images. I have no idea how to do any of this on Windows or if this package will even work at all in that environment. If you do know how to use Windows, please open an issue/pull request with a fix.

node-latex - node.js wrapper for LaTeX

  •    Javascript

For Windows, you can try using cygwin though I have not tested this. This will spit out a formatted PDF article to stdout that says "hello world". The result of calling the function is returned as a stream and can be processed using other tools. If you want to convert the result into an image or pdf, you can use graphics magic.




node-latex - A small wrapper around LaTeX for Node.

  •    Javascript

A small wrapper for generating PDFs with LaTeX in Node. LaTeX must be installed on your machine. You can download it here.