If you’ve ever come across Prezi you may have been slightly wow-ed by it’s amazing little transition effects as you browse through each little presentation.
The downside is that at the moment it’s only guaranteed to work on the latest versions of Chrome and Safari. Non-webkit browsers do have a fall-back mode, which is a simple display of the slides but without any of the animation. It does work with the alpha versions of Firefox 10 and IE10 builds, so once those are out the browser support will be much better.
Whilst the browser requirements may be a deterrent for most folks, it’s amazing to see what can be achieved using CSS3 and maybe highlights the shape of things to come.
It’s certainly worth bookmarking and having a play with.
Click here for a live demo (use Chrome or Safari)
Source code on GitHub
i’m did downloaded impress.js*.tar
untar this file
I do now to make it work
how to install impress.js or configure this
Excited to try it out, thanks
Its is really the nice library .I have checked it out . Great collection and filled with knowledgeable contents . Thanks for sharing.