It's a rewrite of the awesome impress.js in Coffee Script. impress.js is a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers and inspired by the idea behind prezi.com.
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impress.coffee

It's a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers

it is a direct rewrite of impress.js, which is itself inspired by prezi.com

What's the point?

This rewrite is not intended to replace impress.js at any point. It is not even intended for real use at this point. Instead the goal is to rewrite a small Javascript code base in Coffee Script to get a better feeling for the language.

If you plan to make a presentation with impress.coffee, please consider using impress.js instead. If you really dare to use impress.coffee, then please attribute Bartek Szopka. I merely recreated his work.

Any comments about it, especially about all the glaring obvious CoffeeScript rookie errors I made, are welcome :)

Usage

Compile the impress.coffee file to impress.js and the example should work out of the box. The example is the unmodified example of impress.js and therefore mentions impress.coffee at no point.

LICENSE

Copyright 2011-2012 Moritz Grauel (@mo_gr). Released under MIT License.