LearnImpress.js – Create presentations with open web standards

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writes on January 17, 2012

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I’m a big fan of CSS3 transitions and animations, so naturally I’m very impressed with impress.js (sorry… that one was a little too easy).

A screenshot from the Impress presentation software.

Impress.js is a presentation framework that takes its inspiration from Prezi, another popular presentation platform. The difference is, impress.js uses open web standards. Check out the source for impress.js, on GitHub.

6 Responses to “Impress.js – Create presentations with open web standards”

  1. Sweet. I heard someone talking about it last week, but I couldn’t find any info. Thanks for the link. I can’t wait to check it out.

  2. Anonymous on January 17, 2012 at 11:38 pm said:

    Amazing!  Can’t wait to make this my default presentation tool.  So cool.

  3. Just saw the demo on github and was blown away! Totally using this for my next presentation!

  4. Thank you for this hint! It’s awesome.

  5. I’m agree with another comments – it’s awesome, keep it up!))

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