|Developer(s)||Till Tantau, Joseph Wright, Vedran Miletić|
|Initial release||March 2003|
3.55 / December 2, 2018
|Operating system||Unix-like, Windows|
|Platform||TeX Live, MikTeX|
|Available in||English, German, Croatian, Serbian|
|License||LaTeX Project Public License, GNU General Public License|
Beamer is an open source LaTeX document class for creating presentation slides. This software is mostly used to create slides with mathematical formulas. It also supports many compile options. By using Beamer, all slides will be generated in PDF style.
References and notes[change | change source]
- Mertz, A., & Slough, W. (2005). Beamer by example. The PracTEX Journal.
- Batts, C. T. (2007). A beamer tutorial in Beamer. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Computer Science.
- Oaks, A. (2009). LATEX Programming: Beamer Presentations. University of California, Berkeley.
- This is the biggest difference between Microsoft PowerPoint and LibreOffice.
Further reading[change | change source]
- Voß, H. (2012). Presentations with LaTeX. Berlin: Lehmanns Media. ISBN 9783865414960.
- Voß, H. (2011). PSTricks: Graphics and PostScript for TEX and LATEX. UIT Cambridge Ltd..
Related pages[change | change source]
- CTAN - repository including further details of Beamer
- SATySFi - open source software aiming to replace LaTeX and Beamer
Other websites[change | change source]
|The English Wikibook LaTeX has more information on:|
- Beamer home page
- beamerposter – a Beamer extension for scientific conference posters in DIN-A0 size or bigger
- Till Tantau, Joseph Wright, Vedran Miletić (2015) User's guide – from www.ctan.org
- Beamer Theme Matrix
- wiki2beamer: Tool to create Beamer presentations from a wiki-like syntax
- Dohmen, Klaus (2010) Dual Screen Presentations with the LaTeX Beamer Class under X
- BeamerikZ - A Latex class for creating TikZ based Beamer presentations
Tutorials[change | change source]
- Introduction to Beamer – How to make a presentation
- Beamer Presentations: A 5-Part Tutorial for Beginners (Overleaf)
- Using beamer.cls: "An intentionally incomplete guide" from LaTeX for Logicians
- Beamer by Example from PracTEX Journal, many examples of both TeX source and formatted output
- Introduction to Beamer on Wikibooks
- A presentation using the LaTeX Beamer class (short guide – samples)