# pypresentations

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This was created so there could be:

• A screen that could be seen by the audience
• A different screen that is what the speaker sees. This could have some more information about the presentation. It actually has the following data:
• The current page that the audience is viewing
• The previous page that the audince view
• The next page of the presentation
• The time since the presentation started
• The number of pages of the presentation
• The current page of the presentation.

This 2 html files will use ajax (jquery) to cominucate between them.

There are two commands:

>>> pypresentations create -i file.rst


This will create the speaker and audience.html files:

>>> pypresentations start_webapp


This will start the webapp that will be used by the html files to comunicate between them. The the urls that should be opened are:

• localhost:8082/audience.html
• localhost:8082/speaker.html

Those should be opened on different windows of the browser, and one window should be shown on the audience screen and the other on the notebook.

• Docutils
• Pygments
• bottle
• jquery
• normalize

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