An IDE for TeX

TeXnicCenter is an excellent IDE for developing TeX documents on Windows. It follows the usual interface conventions and is quite helpful in getting started and debugging. TeX is the standard page layout language for writing mathematical and scientific papers.

Here are some excellent tutorials for getting started with TeX.

The IDE requires MikTeX for actually compiling TeX files into PDF, PS, and so on.

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Leons Petrazickis

I'm a full-stack developer at IBM Analytics Emerging Technologies. I do Ruby, JS, Python, Hadoop, Spark, as well as web scale devops with Chef and Docker. My opinions are my own.