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<h2>Slideshow Presentations</h2>
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<h2>Try it out!</h2>
<p>Create your own deck by forking a copy of <a href=''>this github gist</a>: <br /><a href=''></a></p>
<p>Or, by placing any valid Revealjs <a href="#sections">&lt;section&gt;</a> tag content into a fresh gist.</p>
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<p class='fragment'>When you're ready to view your slides, grab your github gist id and add it to the end of this url:</p>
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<h2>Presentations on the Open Web</h2>
<p><span class='fragment'>Reveal.js is a framework</spam><br/><span class='fragment'>for easily crafting</span> <br/><span class='fragment'>beautiful presentations</span><br/> <span class='fragment'>in HTML</span> <br/><br/><div class='fragment'><p>You'll need a browser with support for CSS 3D transforms to see it's full capabilities.</p>
<aside class="notes">Oh hey, these are some notes. They'll be hidden in your presentation, but you can see them if you open the speaker notes window (hit 's' on your keyboard).</aside>
<h2>Tips on using Reveal.js</h2>
<p class='fragment'>There is a lot of great information about using Reveal.js in the project's <a href=''>README page on GitHub</a>.</p>
<p class='fragment'>Their <a href=''>original slide deck sample conent</a> also contains a lot of great examples.</p>
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## Gist-powered Slideshow Themes
Available CSS themes include [the default reveal.js themes](, but can be easily extended by storing new themes [in a gist](
* [a theme from the CoreOS team](?theme=450836bbaebcf4c4ae08b331343a7886#/themes)
* [a theme for OpenShift fans](?theme=60e54843de11a545897e#/themes)
* [the revealjs black theme](?theme=black#/themes)
* [the revealjs simple theme](?theme=simple#/themes)
* [the revealjs league theme](?theme=default#/themes)
* [the revealjs sky theme](?theme=sky#/themes)
Conference organizers can host their own modified gist-reveal templating service (with it's own default theme), to provide a consistent look for all presentations at an event.
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<h3>Host your own slideshow service on Kubernetes</h3>
<p>To create a kubernetes deployment and NodePort service, both named gist-reveal, run:</p>
<pre><code contenteditable>kubectl run gist-reveal --image=ryanj/gist-reveal \
--expose --port=8080 --service-overrides='{ "spec": { "type": "NodePort" } }' \
<div class='fragment'><p>Minikube users should be able to open the new service in their browser by running:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>minikube service gist-reveal</code></pre></div>
<h3>Host your own slideshow index with Docker</h3>
<p class='fragment'>Start up a local development server on port 8080:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>docker run ryanj/gist-reveal</code></pre>
<p class='fragment'>For production, I like to daemonize the process, configure a default gist_id, and make the container available on port 80:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>docker run -d -p 80:8080 -e "DEFAULT_GIST=af84d40e58c5c2a908dd" ryanj/gist-reveal</code></pre>
<p class='fragment'>Include your own GitHub application keys if you plan on making more than 60 requests in 2 hours:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>docker run -e "GH_CLIENT_SECRET=11becbb840e0ff7414b19104e9e797556498fc3f" -e "GH_CLIENT_ID=639ffe9fd9dcc4f6eb4b" ryanj/gist-reveal</code></pre>
<h3>Built-in Analytics</h3>
<p class='fragment'>Include your own GA-TRACKER key:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>docker run -e "GA_TRACKER=UA-12345678" ryanj/gist-reveal</code></pre>
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<h3>Hosting on OpenShift</h3>
<p>You can launch this application on OpenShift in a single command:</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>rhc app create gistreveal nodejs-0.10 \
--from code= \
<p class='fragment'>Or, <a href="[]=nodejs-0.10">click here to launch on the web!</a></p>
<p class='fragment'>Then, use the <code>rhc env set</code> command to publish your application config and keys to the system environment.</p>
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<h2>Broadcasting Your Slide Transitions</h2><h1 class='fragment grow'>with Socket.IO</h1>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>docker run -e "REVEAL_SOCKET_SECRET=0P3N-S0URC3" ryanj/gist-reveal</code></pre>
<p>Configure your browser as a presentation device by setting the same key in your browser's localStorage</p>
<pre class='fragment'><code contenteditable>localStorage.secret="YOUR_SECRET_KEY"</code></pre>
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<p>Be sure to use two different devices or brower types when testing your broadcasting relay<br/> <span class='fragment'>(FireFox vs. Chrome, desktop vs. mobile, etc.)</span></p>
<h1>THE END</h1>
<h3>Revaljs by Hakim El Hattab /</h3>
<h3><a href="">gist-reveal</a> by <a href="">ryanj</a> and <a href="">fkautz</a></h3>
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