MathEditor is a WYSIWYG editor for math formulas on iOS. It provides a UIView which edits math while it is being rendered. For rendering math it uses the iosMath library to get LaTeX style typesetting.
A math keyboard is included with the editor. However you can supply your own keyboard or use the system default keyboard as well. The math keyboard is optimized to easily enter certain components like fractions, exponents and square roots.
There is a sample app included in this project that shows how to use the
math editor as well as code for automatically resizing the editor as the
text in it changes. To run the same app, clone the repository, and run
pod install from the
Example directory first. Then run the
MathEditor works on iOS 8+ and requires ARC to build. It depends on
the following Cocoapod:
Additionaly, it depends on the following Apple frameworks:
MathEditor is available through CocoaPods. To
install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:
The library provides a class
MTEditableMathLabel which is a
supports editing math equations. Simply add it to your storyboard or
create it programmatically.
#import "MTEditableMathLabel.h" MTEditableMathLabel* label = [[MTEditableMathLabel alloc] initWithFrame:...] label.delegate = self;
To use the provided keyboard, set:
label.keyboard = [MTMathKeyboardRootView sharedInstance];
You can set any keyboard you want to use. A keyboard needs to be a
UIView and implement the
To use the default system keyboard, set
keyboard = nil. (This is the
MathEditor is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.