Page 41 CHAPTER 3 Creating an Engaging Presentation The most important part of your presentation is your message. Sometimes there can be a tendency to use a technology just for its own sake, rather than using the technology to enhance the message you want to convey to your audience. Of course, that does not mean you should not fully explore the technology. It simply means that you should use different digital media elements in Microsoft Producer to convey and enhance your message. In other words, make sure that the audio, video, slides, HTML content, transitions, and so on serve a purpose in your overall presentation. Making a presentation engaging and compelling to your audience should be one of your key goals when you are working in Microsoft Producer. To help you meet this goal, this chapter provides tips and guidelines you can follow to make sure that your presentations achieve their specific objectives. Planning Your Presentation When creating a presentation, one of the biggest temptations is to start making the presentation right away with little or no advanced planning. At times, planning seems like an extra step because there is a tendency to think that planning is not part of the final presentation. However, the simple considerations you make before creating your presentation can help you save time when working in Microsoft Producer. This section of the book provides you with simple suggestions and considerations to think about in the planning and beginning stages of your presentation. If you consider some of the issues in this section before you begin work on your project, it can help give direction to your presentation so that it delivers your message clearly and concisely. Planning can also influence the kinds of digital media you use and how you will use Microsoft Producer to create the final presentation. This chapter concentrates on planning the overall presentation. However, in Microsoft Producer, there are certainly other considerations, especially in regard to recording the video and audio that appears in your presentation. For this reason, this chapter concentrates on the overall presentation. 5 discusses planning for and recording video and audio for your presentation.
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Ruby on Rails is an open source web application development framework. It makes the development of web applications simple. For some of the nontechnical history behind Rails, including the motivation for its development, refer to 5. The goal of Rails (as with other web application frameworks) is to make it possible to develop web applications in an easy, straightforward manner, and with as few lines of code as necessary. By default, Rails makes a lot of assumptions and has a default configuration that works for most web applications. It s easy to override most of Rails default assumptions, but these defaults are in place to keep initial application development simple. In Rails parlance, this is commonly called convention over configuration. That is, there s no need to work on lots of complex configuration files to get going, since sensible defaults will be assumed. Rails applications operate upon a model-view-controller (MVC) architectural pattern. This means that they re primarily split into three sections: models, views, and controllers. These components have the following roles: Models: These are used to represent forms of data used by the application and contain the logic to manipulate and retrieve that data. In Rails, a model is represented as a class. You can think of models as abstracted, idealized interfaces between controller code and data. These forms of data are not low-level things like strings or arrays, but domainspecific things like users, websites, videos, animals, or classrooms (which could be represented by classes named User, Website, Video, Animal, and Classroom, respectively). Views: These are the templates (typically formed of a mixture of HTML and Ruby code) that are used to build up the data that users of the web application see in their browsers or through other clients. Views can be rendered as HTML for web browsers, XML, RSS, or other formats. While views can contain any combination of HTML and Ruby code, typically only the minimal Ruby code necessary to produce the view should be used, as the controller should be handling most of the logic. Controllers: Controllers provide the logic that binds together models (and their associated data) and views. They process input, call methods made available by models, and deliver data to the views. In Rails (and Ramaze), controllers contain methods known
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So far, we have dealt with theory regarding the application you re going to create. It was fun, but it s going to be even more interesting to put into practice what you ve learned up until now. Start your engines!
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connection. PPTP is typically used when there is no public key infrastructure (PKI) to issue computer certificates that are required for L2TP/IPSec connections. To reconstruct this test lab, configure the computers in the order presented. Later sections of this appendix describe L2TP/IPSec and EAP-TLS-based remote access connections.
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