Fantastic Flex App SlideRocket Public Beta Begins

I have been part of the SlideRocket private beta for several months and have been extremely impressed.  Today, SlideRocket has expanded their beta program to the public so if you haven’t tried it, check it out at http://www.sliderocket.com.

SlideRocket is a Flex-based site for designing and presenting slide presentations both online and offline (using Adobe AIR of course!).   This is one of the best examples of what RIAs are all about.  It doesn’t get much more rich than this!  Note – many of the incredible 3D effects are utilizing PaperVision3D.

From their website – “SlideRocket is a rich Internet application that provides everything you need to design professional quality presentations, manage and share libraries of slides and assets, and to deliver presentations in person or remotely over the web.”

A few months ago, David Tucker had the opportunity to interview Mitch Grasso, CEO and co-founder of SlideRocket.  In the interview, David got some great insight into the making of SlideRocket.  The interview can be found here.

Below is an embed of their demo presentation.  Click on a few slides to see some of the cool effects, embedded video, animation, etc.

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~ by gregorywilson on September 18, 2008.

3 Responses to “Fantastic Flex App SlideRocket Public Beta Begins”

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  2. Thanks Greg! 1, 879 public beta signups since 9am today and counting. We’re psyched to be able to let folks into the public beta and let everyone now check out the collaboration features, a core element in SlideRocket. Cheers!

  3. […] Fantastic Flex App SlideRocket Public Beta Begins (from Greg Wilson’s Ramblings) […]

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