Ready for Presentation? Check 10 HTML-Based Slidedeck Toolkits

The age of high technologies makes it easy to combine different forms of information expression. It creates new forms, which in their turn are again combined in new forms. The process is interesting, however the result of such transformations is more interesting.

Today I’d like to talk about such a form of info as a slidedeck. It’s simply series of some illustrations often with some text are shown one by one. The format is quite suitable in some cases, for example if you need to do a presentation.

Well, one more excellent feature of modern epoch is that everything is unified and gets tools for creating forms with less efforts. In particular, the programmers grant us with tools for managing slidedeck. So what we are waiting for? Let me present 10 slidedeck toolkits based on HTML.

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Reveal.js

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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DZSlides

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Pow!

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Deck.js

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Fathom.js

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Shower Presentation Engine

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Jmpress.js

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Scrolldeck.js

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Slidy

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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Squeenote

HTML-Based Slide Deck Toolkits

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I’ve tried to select toolkits that have some unique feature. I believe this list would help you to find exactly what you need for your work. If you have any questions or thoughts please feel free to put them in the comments below.

About the author:

Art Rivera: Deeply interested in everything connected with Internet, I sincerely suppose the web is the only future reality for the humanity through its inevitable involving into every part of human life. I’m not a great fan of cyberpunk concept, but the world is keeping that certain direction of total connectedness. And of course there should be someone, who can write the history, who would describe and analyze and enter in the record all notable changes and tendencies on the web. Hello, it’s me.

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