Jupyter Notebook + Reveal.js
Microsoft PowerPoint is cool. I like it! It is like a Swiss army knife for consultants. You can make beautiful slides with it. When it comes to code though, PowerPoint sucks. Really! The solution is to use reveal.js. It is cool. You can use Markdown to highlight code. It is responsive but like LaTeX, it can be tedious.
Another way to use reveal.js is through Jupyter Notebook. You just create a notebook and then use
nbconvert to get reveal.js slides as well. The standard output is however boring. I seriously mean it! This repo therefore tries to bridge this gap by using customized colors and images.
Moreover, we live in a cloud native world with a cloud native lifestyle, cloud native storage, cloud native solution. Why not having cloud native presentation slides then? This repo also solves this problem by simply using
- Create the conda environment:
conda env create -f environment.yml
- You can find a notebook template in the
staticfolder which contains some examples like cover and divider slides, markdown syntax and many more. Here is a link for a nice intro into creating slides with Jupyter notebook.
- When you are done with editing your notebook, you need to generate the slides with this command:
# from ./jupyter2slides/ python create_slides.py --file static/presentation_template.ipynb
- Now you can either call this command to serve the presentation on your local machine
python run.py --file static/presentation_template.slides.html
or just use
cf pushto push it to the cloud. I use Flask to serve those static files.
- To convert the slides to pdf, I use decktape:
cd decktape-1.0.0/ ./phantomjs decktape.js generic --keycode=Space "http://0.0.0.0:9099/" presentation_template.pdf
or you can also use the
?print-pdfoption but this is not recommended as the formatting is not displayed correctly.
- Python 3.6.*
- nbconvert 5.3.*
- reveal.js 3.1.0
How can I change the color of the headline, text, links, list etc.?
You can change everything in the
How can I change the footer?
If you need to change the footer, open
jupyter_template.tpl and go to
Change footer here.
Where did you get the image and favicon?
Does it work with other reveal.js version?
Yes, but this is not recommended as the colors might be broken due to differences in the css styles.