You can think of it as ShowOff without any fluffy feature.
It is kind of meta, since the app discussed in the presentation is the one that generated the presentation.
Run the tests
> # you must have installed node and npm > npm install -g coffee-script > npm install -g mocha > npm install chai > npm install jquery > > # run the tests (it autocompiles coffeescript) > mocha --compilers coffee:coffee-script -R spec >
See the presentation
On your machine:
clone the repository
compile the coffeescript files to js
coffee -w -c --output public/js src vendor
Make the root folder accessible via a local web domain (I use Pow). Open it in a browser and use the arrows to navigate.
GistDeck turns markdown gists into wonderful presentations (pretty much what this project does, but more convenient. Github does the markdown to html conversion, GistDeck adds the JS to make that look nice and be interactive).