Impress.js – Great Presentations!

I’ve been playing around with a cool presentation tool, Impress.js by Bartek Szopka.

All you need is an editor, some HTML5 and CSS3 know-how and you’re up and running:

If you’re technical this is a fun way to create a presentation that’s different!

You’ll find my simple demo here: http://yds.se/impress-js-demo/index.html

And the source is in github here: https://github.com/crispab/impress-js-demo

The transitions are smoothest in Safari (I’m running version 5.1.3 (7534.53.10)). Firefox was the choppiest, Chrome was ok.

8 responses on “Impress.js – Great Presentations!

  1. v have to execute the html file right???
    i tried a lot of times on chrome but its not working…:(
    I have chrome 18.0.1025.151 version.
    Please help.

    1. Wow!! Really nice! I really liked the drag and drop for editing the slides (that was such a pain when we shuffled around slides, or needed to add slides to the presentation), but I especially liked the JSON export/import.

    2. Matt, I had a query – the JSON that I can export from the Strut editor – how do I use it with impress.js?

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