Yet another presentation using impress.js
All the work that I have done is used impress.js to create a webpage. It is very simple and intuitive.
I will let @bartaz guide you about impress.js
It's a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers and inspired by the idea behind prezi.com.
impress.js may not help you if you have nothing interesting to say ;)
HOW TO USE IT
Use the source, Luke ;)
If you have no idea what I mean by that, or you just clicked that link above and got very confused by all these strange characters that got displayed on your screen, it's a sign, that impress.js is not for you.
Fortunately there are some guys on GitHub that got quite excited with the idea of building editing tool for impress.js. Let's hope they will manage to do it.
EXAMPLES AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES
Examples and demos
More examples and demos can be found on Examples and demos wiki page.
Feel free to add your own example presentations (or websites) there.
Other tutorials and learning resources
If you want to learn even more there is a list of tutorials and other learning resources on the wiki, too.
There is also a book available about Building impressive presentations with impress.js by Rakhitha Nimesh Ratnayake.
WANT TO CONTRIBUTE?
If you have fixed a bug or implemented a feature that you'd like to share, send your pull request against [dev branch] (http://github.com/bartaz/impress.js/tree/dev). But remember that I only accept code that fits my vision of impress.js and my coding standards - so make sure you are open for discussion :)
ABOUT THE NAME
impress.js name in courtesy of @skuzniak.
It's an (un)fortunate coincidence that a Open/LibreOffice presentation tool is called Impress ;)
Copyright 2011-2012 Bartek Szopka
Released under the MIT and GPL (version 2 or later) Licenses.