Sphinx is a tool that makes it easy to create beautiful documentation. I like it.
This tool can make not only document but also presentation.
Today I made a sample presentation using sphinx extension “hieroglyph“.
It can install by using pip or easy_install.
And to start a new presentation, only typing hieroglyph-quickstart.
$ easy_install hieroglyph
Then write your own presentation in index.rst.
==================== Presentation Title ==================== First Slide =========== Some content on the first slide. Second Slide ============ * A * Bulleted * List Show Bullets Incrementally ========================== .. rst-class:: build - Adding the ``build`` class to a container - To incrementally show its contents - Remember that *Sphinx* maps the basic ``class`` directive to ``rst-class`` .. slide:: Warning! :level: 2 :class: red-slide :inline-contents: True This error can occur when: * Microwaving metal * Leaving the gas on * Using a frayed electrical cord image ====== * I love penguin! .. figure:: /_static/peng.jpeg Section Title ============= some content .. nextslide:: :increment: * 日本語 * 追加のコメント .. nextslide:: :increment: * some example of python .. code-block:: python import pandas as pd print("code-block") .. nextslide:: :increment: * conclusion .. note:: * Make sure to mention the important background story for this slide.
Then, type following command.
$ make slides
Finally I got sample presentation.
This presentation can tail view push ‘t’.
I uploaded github.