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markdown-preview-enhanced - One of the 'BEST' markdown preview extensions for Atom editor!

  •    HTML

Markdown Preview Enhanced is an extension that provides you with many useful functionalities such as automatic scroll sync, math typesetting, mermaid, PlantUML, pandoc, PDF export, code chunk, presentation writer, etc. A lot of its ideas are inspired by Markdown Preview Plus and RStudio Markdown. Feel free to ask questions, post issues, submit pull request, and request new features.

ultimate-beamer-theme-list - A collection of custom Beamer themes

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Hi! Below is a table of custom Beamer themes originally taken from latex.simon04.net, now expanded to include a few more themes. Want to add yours? Awesome! Send a PR with your link added to the bottom of the table, or email me (see my GitHub profile) and I'll do it for you.

beamer - A LaTeX class for producing presentations and slides

  •    TeX

The beamer class is focussed on producing (on-screen) presentations, along with support material such as handouts and speaker notes. Content is created in a frame environment, each of which can be divided up into a number of slides (actual output pages). A simple 'action' notation is used to specify which material appears on each slide within a frame. The class supports a range of environments to enable complex slide relationships to be constructed. The appearance of slides is controlled by a template system. Many of the elements of slides can be adjusted by setting simple key-based values in the preamble. More complex changes can be implemented by altering specific, targeted definitions without needing to re-write entire blocks of code. This allows a variety of visual appearances to be selected for the same content source.

samples-rmarkdown-metropolis - RMarkdown with Metropolis/Mtheme for Beamer

  •    TeX

Example for a Metropolis-themed RMarkdown-driven LaTeX Beamer presentation.For the last two or so years, I have been using mtheme (and/or a local variant I called 'm2') as well as the newer (renamed to metropolis) release metropolis for all my RMarkdown-based presentations as you can see from my presentations page.




latex-resources - Collection of LaTeX resources and examples.

  •    TeX

This repository provides several examples and resources for LaTeX. All examples are tested using MikTeX 2.9 on Windows 7 and on Ubuntu 12.04/14.04 using texlive-full.Some additional repositories with LaTeX source code.

ex_syslogger - ExSyslogger is an Elixir Logger custom backend to syslog.

  •    Elixir

ExSyslogger is custom backend for Elixir Logger that logs to syslog by wrapping erlang-syslog. This project is a fork of exsyslog.

uslides - Rmarkdown template for pretty university-themed beamer presentations.

  •    HTML

Rmarkdown template for pretty university-themed beamer (pdf) presentations. See example HTML and PDF presentations. Screen shots of the example are included below.


Zh-beamer - Template for creating Chinese beamer & PDF on Windows

  •    TeX

Create Chinese Beamer & PDF with rmarkdown on Windows. Must have installed MikTex 2.9 and pandoc 1.15. To test whether have installed pandoc ,just run pandoc -v in the Windows Cmd (win+R -> cmd ->Enter).

pympress - Pympress is a simple yet powerful PDF reader designed for dual-screen presentations

  •    Python

Pympress is a little PDF reader written in Python using Poppler for PDF rendering and GTK+ for the GUI. It is designed to be a dual-screen reader used for presentations and public talks, with two displays: the Content window for a projector, and the Presenter window for your laptop. It is portable and has been tested on various Mac, Windows and Linux systems.

beamerMaterialDesign - Theme for Beamer inspired by Google's Material Design

  •    TeX

Material Design theme is a theme for Beamer inspired by Google's Material Design (https://material.io). It changes the layout, brings reasonable colors and provides necessary card environment. If you like the design of Google apps and are tired of the themes provided by Beamer, this might be just what you are looking for.

qed - QED is a multi-screen projector system written in Javascript.

  •    Java

QED is a multi-screen projector system written in Javascript. Source is available as free software/open source underApache license 2.0. QED was inspired by a latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum meaning which is what had to be proven. Traditionally used in mathematics, since this software was primarily written for MSRI it seemed appropriate.