So let's talk about Cleaver.
Cleaver turns the following:
title: My Slideshow output: slideshow.html -- ## Hello, world! ### This is my slideshow
Into a slideshow like this slideshow.
Cleaver uses a simple Markdown format.
Cleaver comes with a stylesheet that looks good by default, but that you can extend at your heart's desire.
Get Bochar from NPM
npm install -g bochar
And run it against your shiny new presentation
If you want watching your md-file and regenerate presentation, just add watch command:
bochar watch path/to/presentation.md
Next we'll talk about setting up a quick presentation.
Each presentation contains metadata, for example:
title: Shower Ribbon + Cleaver = Bochar author: name: "Vladimir Starkov" twitter: "@matmuchrapna" url: "http://vstarkov.com" output: index.html
Let's break this chunk down on the next slide.
Slides are separated by
-- and are written in markdown.
h2 to define slide's title (denoted ##)
If your metadata contains author information (name, url, twitter), an author slide will be inserted at the end of your presentation.
Seriously, that's it. Bochar is perfect for quick slideshows that you can create using a comfortable format with Shower ribbon template. No extra software or text boxes required.
Check us out on GitHub.