Using an existing presentation
You can get them from clicking the download button in ASQ, have someone send it to you or you can checkout the examples repo. For the repo clone it or download it as a zip and then unzip it locally. It contains a lot of presentations.
You need to have the presentation in your local file system unzipped.
Make sure you have node and npm installed in your system from here.
Depending on the presentation framework take a look at the guide here on how to create slides.
You need to either to disable the Cross-Origin Resource Sharing policy for example in chrome you need to pass the
--disable-web-security when starting the app, or Server the presentation from a local server. An easy way to do this is using Python’s SimpleHTTPServer:
You can now access the presentation http://127.0.0.1:8000
If you’re not logged in in ASQ log.
Zip the contents of the unzipped directory (do not zip the directory itself) and upload the zipped archive to ASQ. Click
Upload Presentation drag and drop the zipped archive to the form (or click the form for a file browser pop up), give your presentation a title and click Upload.
If everything works you will see your newly uploaded presentation under
http://<asqhost>/<username>/presentations. Click the play button () to get started.
By default when you start your presentation you will navigate to the cockpit view. If you want to show the slides on the beamer, click the
Beamer view link (opens in new window).
The title slide will display the link for the audience to connect to. In general, the link doesn’t change so feel free to ask your audience to bookmark it for future presentations.