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The beamer class is a LaTeX class for creating presentations using a video projector. It offers incremental display, prearranged themes, automatic table of contents, navigation bars, bibliographies, and other features. Can be used with pdflatex and LyX.
iText ® is a library that contains classes to create and manipulate documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF).
JasperReports is a Java reporting library. XML report templates are used to generate ready to print documents using data from customizable data sources, including JDBC. The output can be delivered to the screen, printer, or stored in PDF, HTML, XLS, RTF, ODT, DOCX, CSV, TXT and XML format.
pympress is a little PDF reader written in Python using Poppler for PDF rendering and GTK for the GUI. The special thing is that it is designed to be a dual-screen PDF reader used during presentations and public talks. If you need to make a presentation using your laptop and an overhead ... [More]
Rasterization is a process of converting some vector data into images. Rasterization of a presentation means converting it into a slideshow consisting of images of original slides. You may want your presentation to look the same everywhere instead of being distorted. You may also want your ... [More]
RationaleI work in research, and once in a while I need to give a talk or lecture. Normally I would use Apple's Keynote to show the presentation, but right now I have a Vista-based notebook. So my idea was to simply export the slides to a PDF using my Mac at home or create some slides with ... [More]
SplitShowA tool for the dual-head presentation of PDF slides on Mac OS X, most likely using a laptop and a projector. The project arose out of the need to correctly project slides created with LaTeX's BEAMER class. Call for IconsAs you can see, SplitShow is still lacking a proper icon. Any ... [More]
Tevisa converts reStructuredText documents into pdf presentations using the Powerdot LaTeX class The name Tevisa comes from 'Tévisa' which means 'to show' in the Myéné language