Building Impressive Presentations with Impress.js

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Building Impressive Presentations with Impress.js by Rakhitha Nimesh Ratnayake

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Creating presentations and impressing the audience is an important task for people who work as software professionals, marketers, public speakers, or anyone who is familiar with computer-related work. Online presentation creation applications are gaining much more popularity over conventional desktop-based software applications in the recent years. impress.js is a powerful library that eases the task of creating presentations with smooth animations without depending on a software tool. You are no longer limited to desktop tools as these presentations run on any supported browser anywhere on the Internet.

This book consists of several practical real-world examples which go beyond the conventional slide-based presentations covering each aspect of the impress library. A wide range of applications such as content sliders, image galleries, awesome presentations, and complete websites are created throughout the book explaining the techniques in a way that even a beginner can understand.

Understanding how different features work is something we need to know as developers or designers in order to tweak the core library and create our own customizations. Important sections of the impress.js core code are explained in detail with practical examples to make it easier for you to implement new features and enhance impress.js.

By the time you are done with this book, you'll be able to create a wide range of components for websites using impress.js as well as stunning visualizations to impress your audience.



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