Markdown Presentations For Developers on GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket
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- What is GitPitch?
- Is GitPitch for you?
- How does GitPitch work?
- About GitPitch Presentations
- An Open Source Project
What is GitPitch?
GitPitch is a service that turns PITCHME.md markdown into online and offline, interactive slideshows. You can use it to promote, pitch or present anything from designs and best practices, to code snippets and complete frameworks.
Each slideshow presentation is made instantly available online just as soon as you git-commit and push PITCHME.md on any branch within a public GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket repo.
GitPitch is an open source project so you can fork, clone, and modify the source. You can find detailed build instructions here. You can also submit bug, feature and pull-requests on this repo. If you like this project please show your support with a GitHub star. Much appreciated.
Is GitPitch for you?
If you ever find yourself needing to present a concept, design, library, integration, framework, or solution:
- To colleagues, clients or customers
- Or at meetups or conferences
Then GitPitch is for you. Simply capture your ideas in Markdown and let GitPitch automatically turn those ideas into compelling, responsive, online and offline slideshow presentations.
How does GitPitch work?
No more Keynote. No more PowerPoint. Just Markdown. Then git-commit on any branch within a public GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket repo.
GitPitch slideshow presentations are compelling
Each slideshow presentation is beautifully rendered, fully responsive, and highly interactive with a rich set of features including:
See the Kitchen Sink Slideshow Presentation for a live demonstration of GitPitch slideshow features.
GitPitch slideshow presentations are customizable
Choose between six distinct visual themes:
GitPitch slideshow presentations are social
GitPitch slideshow presentations are designed for sharing. You can:
- View any GitPitch presentation at its public URL
- Promote any GitPitch presentation using a GitHub badge
- Embed any GitPitch presentation within a blog or website
- Share any GitPitch presentation on Twitter, LinkedIn, etc
- Print any GitPitch presentation as PDF document
- Download and present any GitPitch presentation offline
Support for these social features can be found in the Web page footer of each slideshow presentation.
GitPitch slideshow presentations just work
GitPitch requires no sign-up. And no configuration. Just add PITCHME.md ;)
The GitPitch Wiki provides a detailed
How-To that walks you through getting started, building, customizing, and sharing your GitPitch slideshow presentations.
GitPitch - An Open Source Project
The GitPitch server is a Play Framework 2.5.x Web application open-sourced under an MIT License. This means you can fork, clone, and modify the source and build and test the server on your local machine.
GitPitch has been designed to follow standard Play Framework conventions. In order to understand the layout of this project see the following article, Anatomy of a Play Application.
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