I make a lot of RISE slideshows (for teaching), and I find that I use the same patterns over and over again (e.g. slides that start with markdown cells with big text, then fragments with smaller text or bullets, then code cells). For formulas like this, I feel like it might be faster to be able to create a plain text file that lays out the text, and then use "something" to auto-generate at least a skeleton of a notebook from that text file and applies the corresponding settings to each cell (slides, fragments, maybe sub-slides, definitely markdown text sizes). I could then revise in the notebook manually from there.
Is there such a "something" out there? If not, I'd be interested in writing that especially if anyone else has a similar use case.
set_title, etc. is not really what my audience needs to see. But the Jupyter cell structure includes both input and output and so when I select "slide", "sub-slide", "fragment", I get both. Is there a recommendation for how to only include the output and not the input that generated it? Thanks in advance!
!/jupyter_server/bin/pip list | grep rise rise 5.5.1
!/jupyter_server/bin/jupyter-nbextension list Known nbextensions: config dir: /jupyter_server/etc/jupyter/nbconfig notebook section rise/main enabled - Validating: OK jupyter-js-widgets/extension enabled - Validating: OK