Presentations in code
Are you bored of powerpoints and want to make slide that get the content correct. You can use go.talks/present tool to create slides that look great and simple and lets you focus on the content. All that with minimal effort while maintaining content with code and version control.
This project serves as a base for your presentation.
Build and run your content locally:
- Install go.talks/present
- Create some_content.slide in your editor
- Run the tool $GOPATH/bin/present
View the content of the .slide file on the browser @ localhost:3999 You can check the format of content from example.slide in this repo
Host your content globally:
- Commit and push your .slide to your public Github/Gitlab repository
- Go to https://talks.godoc.org/github.com/YOUR_USER_NAME/YOUR_REPOSITORY_NAME/PATH/TO/SLIDE.slide to share and view your slide
For example slide and tutorial - https://talks.godoc.org/github.com/hrmnjt/way-to-go-present/example.slide
Please create an issue if there are any comments. Constructive criticism is appreciated!
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