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Re: [O] state of the art for html5 presentations?

From: Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
Subject: Re: [O] state of the art for html5 presentations?
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2012 21:43:47 -0500

Wow, that's a lot of options! I really liked impress.js, and I'm glad to know there's an org mode "bridge" to it :)

I've only used showoff in the past (https://github.com/schacon/showoff) and it uses one or more markdown files as the source for the presentation. No need to write HTML/CSS/JS if you don't want to. It's simple and works very well.

Since it's markdown, I'm sure using org could be very possible, since org can export to markdown. Perhaps there's even a library out there that already adapts showoff to org?

On Tue, Sep 18, 2012 at 4:15 PM, Nick Dokos <address@hidden> wrote:
Fabrice Popineau <address@hidden> wrote:

>     I can compile a 20-slide file (no tikz) in less than a second.
>     Of course, larger slide decks will take longer and I'm sure tikz
>     requires considerable CPU time, but what do you mean by "huge"?
>     Also how big a slide deck are you talking about and what percentage
>     of the slides use tikz?
> About 1500 slides (350 actual frames with overlays) for a 20 hours course.
> LuaTeX + opentype fonts makes it even slower. Some complex slides with 
> animate algorithms (mergesort, ford fulkerson, stuff like that)
> Ok, I can split it in lectures (albeit that's not so simple to use \lectureonly without
> breaking toc). I can use the externalize library. Etc.

Yikes! That's a whole 'nother ballgame. Even if I had something that
big, I don't think I could manage it in a single file.


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