When comes to presentation, normally we will rely on softwares like PowerPoint or Keynote. These are really useful tools, but for people who doesn’t have the softwares, we still can use free online tools. A web based presentation can be very useful for those giving technical presentations. This approach gives you interesting ways to make your presentation more vivid. They can even export slides to PDF so you could upload them. They look awesome and would certainly impress your audience.
Flowtime.js is a framework for easily building HTML presentations or websites. It’s built with web standards in mind and on top of a solid full page grid layout.
Bespoke.js provides the foundation, then gets out of your way so you can focus on uniquely crafting your own personal deck style. Using keyboard and touch events, Bespoke.js adds classes to your slides, while you provide the CSS transitions. With its robust plugin system, new functionality can be added to Bespoke.js easily.
A framework for easily creating beautiful presentations using HTML.
Slippy is a HTML Presentation library written with jQuery, it takes a html file in and plays it in any browser.
Shower is a presentation system by Vadim Makeev of Opera Software. While it’s one of the simpler systems, it’s fast and works well in all browsers. The slide thumbnail view is especially cool (press ESC).
CSS-based SlideShow System by Lea Verou.
The presentation template is based on html5slides by Luke Mahé and Marcin Wichary.
DZSlides is a one-page-template to build your presentation in HTML5 and CSS3.
control HTML5 Presentations with node.js.
Ascensor is a jquery plugin which aims to train and adapt content according to an elevator system.
Slides is a place for creating, presenting and sharing presentations.
rvl.io: Presentations Made Easy
An online editor for the popular reveal.js HTML presentation framework.
An editor for creating web based presentations.