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From Dave Fisher <dave2w...@comcast.net>
Subject Re: HTML5 animation module for impress
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2013 23:49:24 GMT

On Apr 22, 2013, at 2:13 AM, Andre Fischer wrote:

> On 22.04.2013 09:03, Alexandro Colorado wrote:
>> Idea is pretty simple, with impress you can generate swf files with
>> the slides from Impress. The animation code was broken for several
>> ages. However, swf format has been somewhat fall on obsolecense.
>> However HTML5 fileformat is gaining popularity.
> 
> I think HTML5 to use for showing Impress animations is a good idea. Animations are encoded
in SMIL (the animation part of SVG) anyway. The biggest problem is probably to get a good
representation of the shapes (ie not bitmaps).  If done right the result could be better then
what Impress does today.

I agree SVG is a nice subset of HTML5. Rendering to SVG is the path towards ODF on any browser.

I think that the combination of Apache Flex, OpenOffice, POI, and PDFBox would be incredible.
Any document on any device.

The Apache Flex project is working on compiling Flex / ActionScript to HTML5 / Javascript.

Regards,
DAve

> 
> -Andre
> 
>> 
>> JS has some vectorial dominance on Canvas and SVG, having a JS engine
>> that can interprete the OpenOffice animation instruction into an JS
>> animation.
>> 
>> Here is a Canvas animation stress test example:
>> http://www.html5canvastutorials.com/labs/html5-canvas-kineticjs-animation-stress-test/
>> 
>> On 4/22/13, Galileo Teco Juárez <genitalico@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> how? a module, functioning in Impress, developed in HTML5?
>>> i did not understand the  idea  :D
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 2013/4/21 Alexandro Colorado <jza@oooes.org>
>>> 
>>>> Hi I wonder if an animation module for impress on HTML5 would be a
>>>> good idea for GSoC. Something similar to Prezi, but on a more
>>>> traditional Impress style. There is the CSS2 'screen' or presentation
>>>> style which can get regular presentations and slide from one to the
>>>> next. However a JS powered animation would be powerful enough to
>>>> rebind the most standard animations like the typing, floating text,
>>>> and even 3D transitioning.
>>>> 
>>>> 
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>>>> Alexandro Colorado
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