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Create Demo

By web-engineer May 30, 2011
4,398 Downloads

Rating = 58 votes


Create Demo

Create a demo of the current document. Demo is not flash based, and therefore will run on almost any device. Tested with iPad, iPhone (3G and 4) this makes for a great alternative to the supplied flash based extension. Also tested in Safari, Firefox 3, IE 9 through 6, iOS and Android. This command will create a simple portable slideshow. It will take all pages of your current document as the slides for your presentation. Full tutorial and examples are available on our site. If you like this extension and find it useful then please donate! What's new in this version * HTML5 Caching (improves web-apps offline) * Minor bug fixes * Application icon support * Startup image support * Gesture support improved significantly

SUPPORT INFORMATION
Help and support on our site - http://codex.web-engineer.co.uk/?p=365&extn

UI Access:
To use this panel, choose Commands > Web Engineer > Demo Document


Additional extension information

Author: web-engineer
Author website: http://www.web-engineer.co.uk
Date published: May 30, 2011
Approval: None
Browsers: Firefox ALL | Google Chrome | Internet Explorer 8.0,7.0,6.0 | Opera 9.0 | Safari ALL
Required product(s): Fireworks All
Compatible product(s): Fireworks CS5, CS3, CS4

Reviews

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Dmitry Dovydov 13-Nov-11 Rating = 5

very helpful for me

letadlovej 26-Jul-11 Rating = 5

great extension!

Linus Lim 21-Jun-11 Rating = 5

this is a breakthrough as it brings prototypes to iDevices. Very simple to use and has lots of potential. look forward to more enhancements...

kouise 21-Jun-11 Rating = 5

fantastic - do love the *app* mode, the controls are nice and simple too look forward to more!

optimiced 20-Jun-11 Rating = 5

Downloaded and quickly tested this extension. At first sight, looks a lot like the old Fireworks option (Commands > Demo Current Document). But this extension has a number of advantages:

-- It does not rely on Flash (so you can view the demo in any modern browser, including iOS browsers);
-- Pages are viewed in fullfize (no scaling), and the navigation between them is elegantly positioned at the bottom in a half-transparent container;
-- The navigation container at the bottom will get completely get out of the way once you scroll to the end of the page that you are currently previewing.

Thumbs up! :)

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