[IPython-dev] LIVE reveal extension available (highly experimental but usable)...

Gabriel Becker gmbecker at ucdavis.edu
Wed Aug 28 17:31:26 EDT 2013

This is very cool!

I look forward to digging into this a bit more when I can find some time!


On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 2:48 PM, Damián Avila <damianavila at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Hi people,
> As you know, I have been working in a LIVE version of reveal.js- based
> slideshow for the notebook... (for all of you that do not know about what I
> am talking about, see this video I posted a few days:
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pc-1FS0l2vg).
> As you also know, I am learning JS and the internal of the JS architecture
> from the notebook, so I come up with a very ugly but usable code ;-)
> The repo lives in the IPython-contrib community at this adress:
> https://github.com/ipython-contrib/live_reveal
> I encourage you to test it and report me any bug or comment (there will be
> a lot of the... bugs I mean).
> I repeat myself, it is a mediocre implementation, but it works! And you
> can test it now ;-) (just read the readme in the repo before trying).
> I am also open to code reviews... you will probably have to deal with a
> lot of code only meaningful to me ;-), but I am available to explain you
> what I tried to do... and it would be great to get your help to make this
> thing better (and a great opportunity for me to learn more...).
> My goal is to make this enough great to integrate to the notebook... I
> hope we can achieve that ;-)
> As far as I know, there are only a few implementations of "executable"
> slideshows (only for js, html and css)... and far far away of the
> potentiality that the notebook gives us, so I am very excited about this
> little thing (it is a new conceptually and interesting way to show and demo
> your info to the audience).
> Damián.
> PD: I am proposing this thing (and other slideshow-related ideas) for a
> talk to PyCon 2014, let see if I get some lucky again ;-)
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Gabriel Becker
Graduate Student
Statistics Department
University of California, Davis
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