Tutorial all pagesPosted by: Nora Bishop | Posted on: October 28, 2017
Create video presentations and animated websites without expensive hardware or software, and do it all in a standards-compliant and accessible way.
We’ll show you how.
- If you’re new to smil, take a look at the beginner’s tutorial learning to smil.This guide teaches almost anyone, even those with no experience with html or xml,the basic framework necessary to understand the entire technology.
- If you have a question, head over to the forums where someone’s bound to have the answer.
Our goal is to make this site the most comprehensive resource on all aspects of SMIL and its interoperation with other emerging standards. We invite you to join us on our quest to shed some light on this often-misunderstood language, and in so doing, to bring the long-overdue promise of SMIL to the rest of the world.
We are working closely with the companies behind the standards, independent software developers and influential design firms to make this a reality.
Plans for the site’s near future include:
- An extensive questions and answers section
- Examples of SMIL in action
- An annotated version of the official W3C standard
- A comprehensive list of links to SMIL resources
- Video tutorials
- Concept/mindmaps of the SMIL components
- A full-length book
- Reviews of other books on SMIL
Find out what all the excitement is about. Have a read through our tutorial now.