reveal.js is a framework for easily creating beautiful presentations using HTML.
Presentations are written using HTML or Markdown but there’s also an online editor.
Some reveal.js features, like external Markdown and speaker notes, require that presentations run from a local web server. reveal.js doesn’t rely on any third party scripts to work but a few optional libraries are included by default.
- Fully-featured visual editor and platform for sharing reveal.js presentations.
- Overview mode.
- Full-screen mode.
- Nested slides.
- Markdown contents.
- PDF export via a special print stylesheet. This feature requires that you use Google Chrome or Chromium and to be serving the presentation from a web server.
- Auto-sliding – presentations can be configured to progress through slides automatically, without any user input.
- Vertical slide navigation – slides can be nested within other slides to create vertical stacks.
- Navigation mode – fine-tune the reveal.js navigation behavior by using the navigationMode config option.
- Touch navigation – swipe to navigate through a presentation on any touch-enabled device. Horizontal swipes change between horizontal slides, vertical swipes change between vertical slides.
- Lazy loading – reveal.js will only load content for the few slides nearest to the current slide.
- Background and slide transitions.
- Link between slides.
- Fragments – highlight individual elements on a slide.
- Embed media.
- Speaker notes – a speaker notes plugin which can be used to present per-slide notes in a separate browser window. The notes window also gives you a preview of the next upcoming slide so it may be helpful even if you haven’t written any notes. Share and print speaker notes.
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