An object based api for generating web presentations
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Table of Contents
- What does ezprez do?
- Features & Roadmap
- Why should I use ezprez?
- Who is ezprez for?
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What does ezprez do?
Let's you write simple python scripts to generate web presentations
Features & Roadmap
Simple class based api
The api iteself uses native python classes to create presentations in a short script that's easily editable
No web experience needed
Since this is a pure python API you can write web presentations without knowing HTML
Backed on a reliable web framework
Webslides powers this project and is a well-tested and stable web framework.
Why should I use ezprez?
Ezprez is the simplest API for writing web presentations without needing explicit knowledge of web development. If you are looking to create powerpoint style presentations python-pptx or the google slides api is better suited for this job.
Who is ezprez for?
- People who want an easy way to create web presentations without editing html
- People who know python but not web development technologies
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pip install ezprez
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