Someone reminded me about reveal.js and I just took a look at the project site. It seems like reveal.js got a completely new website and a major update to version 4. I already used reveal.js for a few slides and liked it. However I didn’t consider it for my recent university presentations, because there I needed a PDF version of my slides (and the PDF export somehow didn’t work quite well with my past slides) and I didn’t really had the time to experiment.
With PowerPoint, Keynote or Impress you can create nice presentations, but as a developer you might also want to version control your slides or create them with code. That’s where Reveal.js comes in. You can create beautiful slides with Markdown and they get rendered nicely in the browser.
I already created some slides with Reveal.js, of which I also shared one online. I had a separate Git repository and a Netlify deployed site.