The days of boring presentations are over. Now, even your browser can get in on the game. Classic slide decks are limited, but you needn’t be restricted to them. Impress.js uses the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions that are supported by modern browsers.
With this library, you can position, rotate and scale as much as you like, even in 3-D. At this point, Impress.js isn’t quite supported on mobile, but if the user’s browser isn’t smart enough to display transitions or animations, Impress.js will provide a simple PDF-like slide deck. Bartek Szopka has done a great job of exploiting the possibilites of current technologies. And if you have ideas to further improve the script, then get started right away: it’s published under an MIT license. But remember: no tool will help you if you have nothing interesting to say! (sp)
- Amazing Examples of Using Media Queries for Responsive Web Design (codingbird.com)