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  1. Slides is a place for creating, presenting and sharing presentations. The Slides editor is available right in your browser. Unlike traditional presentation software, like PowerPoint, there's no need to download anything.

    This is very nice when you are willing to write basically code for your presentation, but nothing beats https://slides.com in productivity. It is the SaaS of the creator of Reveal.JS. I usually just make a monthly subscription when I need to make a new presentation, otherwise you can keep everything, just can't create new presentations. Basically "pay when you use it", very fair business model, worth every penny!
  2. landslide - Generate HTML5 slideshows from markdown, ReST, or textile.

  3. Hyperdeck is a notebook environment for front-end programming, making it easy to analyze data, run...

    Self-Promotion: if you’d like iPad support and more features, I’ve been working on such an app for the last 2 years: https://hyperdeck.io/.
  4. Command-line tool for building slideshows using Markdown

    FYI: The slideshow (S9) command line tool (packaged up as a ruby gem) is a classic (10+ years old) evergreen, see http://slideshow-s9.github.io/.
  5. Zim is a graphical text editor used to maintain a collection of wiki pages. Each page can contain links to other pages, simple formatting and images.

    For the same thing, I use https://zim-wiki.org and its built in slide exporter. This allows me to keep my content in the same "notebook" for a nice all-in-one experience. It uses the "S5" system, which, I don't know how well that's been maintained, but the CSS was easy enough to modify.
  6. Advanced Markdown renderer for the browser with full diagram support

    Personally I'm a very keen on Markdeep: https://casual-effects.com/markdeep/.