4.2. Combined Slidemaker

4.2.1 General Description
4.2.2 Requirements
4.2.3 Homepage
4.2.4 Copyright and License

4.2.1. General Description

The tool I propose is a collection of XSLT stylesheets with four different "entry points" (ie, main, top level templates, all others serving as "utilities" for the run-time). Depending on the entry point, the same source file can be transformed into: 1. A series of XHTML (note the 'X'!) slides, linked into a sequence. This is a more "modern" version of the old slidemaker, but using XSLT instead of a perl hack. 2. One single XHTML file, including all the slides, and prepared for the CSS2 "projection" mode usage. The output of each slide is essentially identical to the individual slides of the previous alternative, but everything is bound to one file. 3. A series of SVG slides, linked into a sequence. 4. One single SVG file, using an SVG animation tricks to step through the individual slides.

4.2.2. Requirements

XSLT processor

4.2.3. Homepage

http://www.w3.org/Consortium/Offices/Presentations/xsltSlidemaker/ (last checked: 2010-03-27)

4.2.4. Copyright and License

Copyright 1994-2003 W3C

?