We describe Leonardo Web, a collection of tools for building animated presentations that can be useful for teaching, disseminating, and e-learning. Presentations can be created via the combined use of a visual editor and a Java library. The library allows it to generate animations in a batch fashion directly from Java code according to an imperative specification style. Batch-generated animations can then be refined and customized using the editor. Presentations can be finally viewed with a simple Java player, which ships both as a stand-alone application for off-line deployment and as a Java applet embedded in a Web page. The player supports step-by-step and continuous execution, reversibility, speed selection, and smooth animation. © 2004 Published by Elsevier B.V.

Bonifaci, V., Demetrescu, C., Finocchi, I., & Laura, L. (2004). A Java-based system for building animated presentations over the Web. SCIENCE OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, 53(1), 37-49 [10.1016/j.scico.2004.02.004].

A Java-based system for building animated presentations over the Web

Bonifaci V.;
2004

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We describe Leonardo Web, a collection of tools for building animated presentations that can be useful for teaching, disseminating, and e-learning. Presentations can be created via the combined use of a visual editor and a Java library. The library allows it to generate animations in a batch fashion directly from Java code according to an imperative specification style. Batch-generated animations can then be refined and customized using the editor. Presentations can be finally viewed with a simple Java player, which ships both as a stand-alone application for off-line deployment and as a Java applet embedded in a Web page. The player supports step-by-step and continuous execution, reversibility, speed selection, and smooth animation. © 2004 Published by Elsevier B.V.
Bonifaci, V., Demetrescu, C., Finocchi, I., & Laura, L. (2004). A Java-based system for building animated presentations over the Web. SCIENCE OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING, 53(1), 37-49 [10.1016/j.scico.2004.02.004].
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