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The HTML presentation framework

The HTML presentation framework

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cbiedl/clevis: Debian packaging of the clevis automated encryption framework - IN-Ulm e.V. git Service Clevis is a plugable framework for automated decryption. It can be used to provide automated decryption of data or even automated unlocking of LUKS volumes. What does this look like? Well, the first step is encrypting some data.

S5: An Introduction It's a Simple Standards-based Slide Show SystemOne XHTML document provides all of the slide show's contentCSS handles the layout and look of the slidesJavaScript handles the dynamic aspects of the showThat's all there is to it! Opera 4 introduced Opera Show, a projection-mode style sheet technologyAllows a single XHTML document to be turned into a PowerPoint-like slide showAdding screen and print style sheets allows for multi-medium views of a single documentHighly efficient, but highly browser centric... When Opera 7.5 for OS X came out, the banner ads persisted in projection modeTantek Çelik created a JavaScript-driven slide show technique that worked on multiple browsers Unfortunately, it required each slide to be ID'ed ahead of time, making additions and rearrangement difficultNavigation was only linear; no way to jump to an arbitrary slideThere was also no facility to "switch off" the slide show styles short of killing all CSSMotive and opportunity combined to point the way...

Chartist - Simple responsive charts You may think that this is just yet an other charting library. But Chartist.js is the product of a community that was disappointed about the abilities provided by other charting libraries. Of course there are hundreds of other great charting libraries but after using them there were always tweaks you would have wished for that were not included. Highly customizable responsive charts Facts about Chartist The following facts should give you an overview why to choose Chartists as your front-end chart generator:

Linux network namespaces 4 Sep 2013 · Filed in Education In this post, I’m going to introduce you to the concept of Linux network namespaces. While it might seem a bit esoteric right now, trust me that there is a reason why I’m introducing you to network namespaces—if you, like me, are on a journey to better understand OpenStack, you’ll almost certainly run into network namespaces again. 5 of the Best Free HTML5 Presentation Systems I have a lot of respect for Microsoft PowerPoint. It may be over-used and encourages people to create shocking slide shows, but it’s powerful and fun. I have just one criticism: all PowerPoint presentations look the same.

Simple Parallax Scrolling Effect with jQuery Installation Download and include parallax.min.js in your document after including jQuery. Useage Via data attributes Building Interactive Scrolling Websites with ScrollMagic.js There’s a ton of options for doing animations. I’ll cover some of the more various ones, but, first let’s do the most common one – “tweening” using the GreenSock Animation Platform. Tweening is what the GSAP calls their animations. We’re specifically using their TweenMax library. TweenMax is awesome because it encompasses all their various plugins and additions into one. 3D Rotating Navigation in CSS and jQuery A 3D rotating navigation, powered by CSS transformations. Browser support ie Chrome Firefox Safari Opera 9+ Sometimes you just want your website navigation to be bold. Design agencies, for example, use their portfolio to show off their skills and push a little usability standards. Another good example is mobile apps: animated elements are key ingredients of the user experience.

Design Considerations: Text on Images I enjoyed Erik D. Kennedy's post 7 Rules for Creating Gorgeous UI (Part 2). In it, his Rule 4 is: Learn the methods of overlaying text on images. I thought we could take a look at all his points, code them up, and note anything that comes up technically. Tinting The image should be dark, and not have a lot of contrast-y edges. Always Innovating: Introducing the Smart Book Four OS fully optimized and configured for the Beagleboard Always Innovating is pleased to announce Super-Jumbo for the Beagleboard family (also compatible with Touch Book & Smart Book). Super-Jumbo a single image which provides four operating systems fully optimized for the OMAP3 chip, and aggregates hundreds of applications already set up for you across the four major ARM operating, i.e. AIOS (complete full features Angstrom fork), Android Gingerbread v2.3, Ubuntu Maverick 10.10, and ChromiumOS (first time ever released for OMAP3). Our single kernel is compatible across the whole Beagleboard and Touch Book families. Last, Super-Jumbo includes the feature to switch at run-time between those four operating systems without any performance loss.