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Reveal.js

Reveal.js is a modern open-source non-linear presentation framework based on HTML5, CSS3 and...

  • Windows
    Self-contained archive contains HTML5, CSS and JavaScript necessary to run the presentation
  • Mac OS X
    Self-contained archive contains HTML5, CSS and JavaScript necessary to run the presentation
  • Linux
    Self-contained archive contains HTML5, CSS and JavaScript necessary to run the presentation
  • Online
    Cross-browser support, multiplex server in development
  • iPhone
    iPhone supports swipe gesture
  • iPad
    Cross-browser support, multiplex server in development
  • Android
    Self-contained archive unpacks HTML5, CSS and JavaScript necessary to run the presentation
  • Android Tablet
    Self-contained archive unpacks HTML5, CSS and JavaScript necessary to run the presentation
  • Windows Phone
    Cross-browser support, multiplex server in development
  • Windows RT
    Cross-browser support, multiplex server in development
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    Cross-browser support, multiplex server in development
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Reveal.js is a modern open-source non-linear presentation framework based on HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, with cool 3D transition effects, cross-browser support, PDF export, and a WYSIWYG editor at http://rvl.io.

Check out the demo at http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js/

It structures slides "horizontally" like in a classic presentation, but from each slide, the user can "drill down" vertically into children slides. Slides can also link to other slides. More Info »

Features:
* WYSIWYG editor - http://rvl.io
* cross-browser support, including IE8
* easily themable using CSS; five themes provided
* cool 3D transitions (4 effects)
* keyboard navigation
* progress bar
* overview of all slides
* zoom into any slide with Alt+Click
* can run offline or online
* PDF export
* gesture support (swipe, pinch)
* Markdown support
* syntax highlight for code
* "pause mode"
* named internal links from one slide to another
* does not use Flash


As of August 2012, there is no GUI available for creating presentations. However, a basic knowledge of HTML will be sufficient. More Info »

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Reveal.js was added by dandv in Aug 2012 and the lastest update was made in Nov 2012. There is a history of activites on Reveal.js in our Change Log and Activity Log. It's possible to update the information on Reveal.js or report it as discontinued, duplicated or spam.
 
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