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a| Ratnayake, Rakhitha Nimesh.
a| Building impressive presentations with Impress.js h| [electronic resource] / c| Rakhitha Nimesh Ratnayake.
a| Birmingham, UK : b| Packt Pub., c| c2013.
a| 1 online resource (124 p.)
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a| Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Getting Started with Impressive Presentations; What is impress.js?; Built-in features; Beyond presentations with impress.js; Why is it important?; Presentation outline; Using bullet points; Animations; Using themes; Downloading and configuring impress.js; Creating your first presentation; Designing the presentation; Creating the presentation container; Creating your first step; Applying styles on steps; Creating Step 1; Creating Step 2; Limiting the visibility of steps
a| Presentation overviewSummary; Chapter 2: Exploring Impress Visualization Effects; Introduction to CSS transformations; Positioning effects; Positioning on the x axis; Positioning on the y axis; Positioning on the z axis; Rotating effects; Rotation around the x axis; Rotation around the y axis; Rotation around the z axis; Rotations in practice; Scaling effects; The importance of positioning in scaling; Scaling in practice; Planning the design; Data perspective; impress.js under the hood; Summary; Chapter 3: Diving into the Core of impress.js; impress.js configuration; Default configurations
a| Customizing configurationsConfiguring the width and height; Configuring the minScale and maxScale; Configuring the perspective; Configuring the transition duration; Looking at configurations inside the core; Understanding the impress API functions; Inside the next function; Inside the prev function; Inside the goto function; Automating presentations; Creating custom transition timing; impress.js step events; How to use the step class; Working with keyboard configurations; Default keyboard configurations; Inside the impress core; Assigning custom keys for custom events
a| Adding new keys for new eventsHandling the step click event; Summary; Chapter 4: Presenting on Different Viewports; Fullscreen presentations; Using impress.js inside a container; Developing a content slider; Planning the design; Designing slides; Wrapping the presentation inside a container; Playing the slider automatically; Creating navigation controls; Creating the play/pause features; Adding slide numbers; Highlighting the active slide; impress.js presentations on mobile devices; Issues in designing for mobile devices; Scenario 1; Scenario 2; Scenario 3; Best design practices for mobiles
a| SummaryChapter 5: Creating Personal Websites; Planning the website structure; Designing the header; Creating the presentation wrapper; Creating pages; Designing the home page; Designing the portfolio page; Portfolio gallery; Portfolio single; Designing the timeline page; Defining the timeline navigation; Designing the services page; Handling the navigation menu; Creating the navigation hint; Summary; Chapter 6: Troubleshooting; Browser compatibility; Handling unsupported browsers; Limitations and new features; Positioning steps relative to other steps; Defining the previous and next steps
a| Transition duration for individual steps
a| Includes index.
a| Presentation graphics software.
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