Verbosus is a browser based LaTeX editor which allows a user to create and handle Latex projects in a browser.   The graphical user interface (GUI) does deliberately not resemble non-browser-based Editors such as LEd or TeXworks. It was designed to function and being used in a browser.
As it is the case in other non-browser-based Latex tools a PDF-Viewer is integrated which allows to generate a .pdf out of the Latex-Code. A preview is displayed on the side of the Latex Code. Additionally, the editor supports syntax highlighting which increases the readability as well as code completion.
VerbTeX is an application for Android, iOS and Windows that uses the interface of Verbosus to synchronize data and generate the PDF from LaTeX code. Since version 3.4 there exists an native Android App called Anoc which is an Octave editor that also uses the interface of Verbosus to generate the result and create plots.
Verbosus supports simultaneous, collaborative editing of the same project by different users. A built-in tool that implements the diff-algorithm displays conflicting changes and allows a user to resolve conflicts after deciding which version is the correct one.
- makeuseof.com (2009-10-15). "Verbosus: Web Based LaTex Editor".
- prlog.com (2009-10-28). "Online Latex Editor with pdf-File-Generation and Preview".
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