What is this fork?
This is a fork of Flutter Slides, which is a Flutter App used as a slideshow for Flutter Live '18. The whole thing was a very impressive proof of concept, as the audience did not expect the presentation itself to be a flutter app running on macOS. This fork contains different slides, made by me for my own conference talks about Flutter.
If you're still not sure what this is, I made a quick video with the slides here: YouTube video of this project.
- If you are interested in my slides, feel free to open up
- If you want to study the code for the slides engine (yes, it's a presentation agnostic engine), then you should probably use the original for that as it might get updates as time passes: Flutter Slides.
Here is the original Readme
Flutter Slides utilizes Flutter's in-progress support for Desktop to provide a simple slide presentation app. Presentations are data driven from files on the disk, so users can create their own presentations without needing to update any code in the project.
- Supports any properly formatted presentation. See the wiki for details on the file format.
- Live updates when presentation file is updated and saved
- Advancement steps
- Reveal animations
- Custom Flutter content (requires code changes)
Currently only macOS is supported.
- Flutter on the
Change your dir to
flutter_app and run
Once it's running, you can open the file
flutter_live.json in the
example_presentation folder of the root of the project as a sample.
Running the app
- Go to File -> Open (or tap the Open button if it is visible)
- Select a Flutter Slides file. An example is supplied with
example_presentationfolder located in the root of the project. The next time you run the app, it will automatically attempt to open this file.
- Use the controls listed below to navigate through the app.
- right arrow
- or, spacebar
To go back:
- left arrow
To toggle slide selector sidebar:
To change to a new slide in sidebar:
z + clickon the slide
To present fullscreen
cmd + ctl + F
- or, select the green "full screen" button in the upper left of the window
To leave fullscreen
cmd + ctl + F
- or, move your cursor to the top of the screen and tap the green button in upper left