Feb 28.2020Version: 0.0.48
An interesting application of slide presentations for teaching the programming languages.
Whiteboard for Linux was reviewed by Mihaela Olteanu
Whiteboard for Linux is a specially built application for slide views for code presentations, tutorials or workshops, in one word for programming teaching.
Whiteboard for Linux is based on Electron.js and incorporates a code editor, a terminal and a web browser into an interface that looks like slides, and thus allowing more content to be presented.
+ Save tab layouts of multiple files for your presentations
+ Based on ACE Editor
+ Syntax highlighting for 100+ languages
+ Have fully-functioning websites embedded in your slides
+ Uses Chromium-based WebView, for full support for all sites no matter how complex
+ Use to demonstrate websites as you build them
+ Useful for webinar tutorials
+ Save a terminal to start at a working directory
+ Useful for running example code as you write it
+ Full color and cursor support, e.g. vim works
+ Based on the same library (xterm.js) as VSCode
Save and edit slide decks
+ By saving preset combinations of the above activities, craft a slide deck that guides the presentation through a set of activities
+ Slides can be added, deleted, and re-arranged
+ Supports different layouts and themes
+ Uses a human-friendly plain-text format, so you can also create decks using your favorite text editor
+ Whiteboard for Linux has been in our software catalog since May 22.2018.
+ The current version is 0.0.48 updated to Feb 28.2020.
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