Every item (Gadget, text, image etc.) that you can add to a Placeholder using our open source digital signage software, gets rendered inside of an iframe when the Presentation is previewed or run on a Display. You might find yourself needing to interact with that item from the Presentation's HTML.[…]
Ever hear of a guy named Ken Burns? Neither did I, until I came across this web site. Turns out Ken Burns employed a technique in video production that involved panning and zooming using still imagery, which is where the Ken Burns effect got its name. We can use this same technique in our open[…]
You may have noticed when interacting with an open source digital signage Presentation on a touch screen, or even when using the mouse in Preview mode, that it is sometimes possible to highlight images and text by dragging your finger or mouse over them. While not a major problem, you might prefer[…]
Currently we have a promotion to convert your existing Rise Display Network Presentation to our open source digital signage platform, Rise Vision. In a previous post, I prepared a sample conversion request. This time I thought it would be cool to show a before and after of each Presentation.
We have just released a new Open Source Digital Signage Gadget to provide financial data from the New York, NASDAQ, American and Toronto Stock exchanges and to showcase it we published a new Digital Signage Template Presentation - click the image below to see it in action:
---Note: Google Swiffy was shut down in 2016, and the content in this post is no longer supported--- Using Swiffy to Convert Flash to HTML5 Most everyone who follows web tech has probably already heard about Wallaby, Adobe's experimental tool for converting FLA files to HTML5. Now, Google has just[…]