Introduction of "MarkdownPresenter"

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Introduction of "MarkdownPresenter"

  1. 1. Markdown Presenter
  2. 2. At 1st, What's "markdown"?
  3. 3. "markdown" is ... One of the lightweight markup languages. It enables us to convert plain text format to XHTML (or HTML).
  4. 4. Header 1 ======== Header 2 -------*Italic* **Bold** - List item 1 - List item 2
  5. 5. Header 1 Header 2 Italic Bold • List item 1 • List item 2
  6. 6. About "Markdown Presenter"
  7. 7. "Markdown Presenter" is ... • Simple presentation framework based on Markdown. • Written in CSS and JavaScript. • Transform a markdown document into an interactive HTML presentation.
  8. 8. Features
  9. 9. Simple & Rapid • Format markdown text on the fly. • No need to "compile". • Update markdown text files & reload, then effect immediately. "For when you're giving a presentation in half an hour, and you haven't got the time to open up keynote..."
  10. 10. Multi devices Only need modern web browser. • Windows, Mac, Linux, etc. ◦ IE10+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari • iOS ◦ iPhone, iPad • Android
  11. 11. Convertible • You can convert your HTML slides to PDF files in your browser. • And you can share them on the any network services like a "slideshare.com".
  12. 12. Compatible with PowerPoint Keyboard Shortcuts • You can use "< number >+ENTER" to go to slide "< number >".
  13. 13. Open Source • Public at GitHub • https://github.com/jsakamoto/MarkdownPresenter
  14. 14. History
  15. 15. One day, I thought... "I wanna printing suppprt of the Markdown Presenter for sharing my slides on the slideshare.com..."
  16. 16. Fork! ...and, Change > Commit -> Pull Request.
  17. 17. Chris said... "OK! I'll accept your request... merged!"
  18. 18. Several days later, I thought... "I often use Surface Pro, so I wanna touch support..." Change > Commit > Pull Request.
  19. 19. Chris said... "OK... I'll accept your request... merged."
  20. 20. After a few more days, I thought... "I often use direct page jump keyboard shortcut on the PowerPoint, so I wanna same feature on the Markdown Presenter..." Change > Commit > Pull Request.
  21. 21. Chris said... "OK... merged."
  22. 22. And after that, I did...
  23. 23. Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull Request Change Commit Pull
  24. 24. At last, Chris said...
  25. 25. "Rather than all these change requests, i'm happy to change my repo to simply be a link to your github fork, and tell people they should just look at your code, if you like?" 超訳) "もう、くれてやるよwww"
  26. 26. We are happy :)
  27. 27. Big surprise!
  28. 28. All these events happened in ONLY A MONTH !!!!
  29. 29. Let's fork > commit > pull request! Then you can change the world ;)
  30. 30. Thank you! This presentation slides are powered by Markdown Presenter and collaborated with octmatsu.

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