Show slide notes in a secondary window/screen with Bespoke.js
When you've followed the instructions below, load your presentation and hit the S key on your keyboard to toggle the secondary window. Move it to a secondary screen, and you're set!
This plugin is shipped in a UMD format, meaning that it is available as a CommonJS/AMD module or browser global.
For example, when using CommonJS modules:
var bespoke =secondary = ;bespoke;
When using browser globals:
In your presentation, add some notes:
Slide 1<!-- Put your notes inside of each slide, in an <aside> tag -->I must remember to mention this, and then that.Slide 2There's also a corner case I must tell everyone about.
You probably want to hide your notes in your actual slides.
$ npm install bespoke-secondary
$ bower install bespoke-secondary
- Move the HTML for the secondary window to a separate file, and load it when needed, or a separate tag/element within the presentation.
- Add some styling to the secondary window.
- Make the presentation controllable (next, previous) from the secondary window.
You should check out bespoke-remote prototype, by Mark Dalgleish, who created Bespoke.js. It also has support for notes, and an unlimited number of screens - but it requires server side software for synchronization.
The notes from bespoke-secondary should be compatible with bespoke-remote prototype, so go ahead!
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