Forum: Redcloth Slide Show (S9) v1.2 Update - More Template Packs (Deck.js, Impress.js, CSSS, Slidy2, etc.)

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6825bf3829ecf6e8df3899b7fd7f9dbb?d=identicon&s=25 Gerald Bauer (Guest)
on 2012-06-23 10:30
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  If you're interested in authoring your presentations/slide shows in
Textile, you might check out the Slide Show (S9) gem in Ruby. A simple
slide show looks like:

    h1. What's Slide Show (S9)?

    A Free Web Alternative to PowerPoint and KeyNote in Ruby

    h1. Getting Started in 1-2-3 Easy Steps

    * Step 1: Author your slides in plain text using a wiki-style
markup language
    * Step 2: Generate your slide show using the @slideshow@ gem
    * Step 3: Open up your slide show in your browser and hit the
space bar to flip through your slides
    * That's it. Showtime!

   You can use heading 1 or heading 2 for slide breaks or use a
directive (that is, !SLIDE). Using text filters you can add comments,
macros and much more. Example:

   %% Let's go.

   h1. Slide Show (S9) 10-Minute Tutorial

   {{ gradient yellow orange }}


   * What's Slide Show (S9)?
   * Wiki-Style Markup Language - Markdown, Textile
   * How it works - Just press F11!
   * What's S5? What's S6?
   * Gradient Themes Using "Loss-Free" Vector Graphics in S9
   * Turn Your Online Wiki Pages into Slide Shows - Sputnik Case Study

  Finally, the Slide Show (S9) gem supports template packs and lets
you use "industry-strenght" slide show templates such as Deck.js[1],
Impress.js[2], CSSS, Slidy2, Google HTML5 Rocks, and more.

  Find out more @


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