I have released impress.js v1.0. Impress.js is a framework for creating awesome 3D presentations with standard HTML5 and CSS. (Similar to Prezi + 3D and open source.)
From the release notes:
- New plugin based architecture allows adding more features without bloating core src/impress.js file
- Source files are in src/ and compiled into js/impress.js with npm run build. End users should continue to use js/impress.js as before.
- 19 new plugins
- Integrates impressConsole.js by default (press 'P' to open speaker console)
- Markdown support for those that are too much in a hurry to type HTML
It's been a while since the last time I blogged about impress.js. That's because after I completed adding a batch of long outstanding feature requests and pull requests, I felt somewhat content with the status of my impress.js fork.
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