Yours looks like it could fill that gap (featureful yet easy to use), though (on first glance, I'll admit) it still appears to be kinda limited. I can't figure out how to exit presentation mode, I'd prefer to have somewhat more explicit slide boundaries (e.g. using the Markdown "---" separator), so I can have multi-line slides with paragraphs, plus I could throw my Deckset markdown slides at it and have them work with relatively minor changes. I think the mix of Markdown and HTML in the examples are a bit confusing, maybe it would be better to stick to just Markdown?
I couldn't figure out how to have an image and text side-by-side (I like to do this in Deckset to have e.g. a vertical process diagram on the left and the most important remarks/caveats on the right). Other things I personally am missing are multi-line code snippets, text on top of an image background (ideally desaturating/blurring the image for readability, Deckset does that well), and speaker tools.
What's there is really lovely, though. I love how super snappy it is, the themes look pretty good, very nice and minimal. It's mostly very straightforward to use and already has a bit of polish, which is neat at what looks like a pretty early stage. I think this looks really good and promising!
A while ago, while on the lookout for a somewhat more fully-featured web-based presentation tool than this, I ended up building something similar-ish on top of the Markdown renderer Markdeep:
What's the easiest way to go from a textual description in a file (like the left-hand side) to a generated html/js presentation? Without this online editor, I mean.
For me it would be great to be able to export to PDF or even ODP/PPT
Many basic elearning modules are just glorified powerpoint files. A lot of time is lost in beautifying those.
Read more: https://scorm.com/scorm-explained/technical-scorm/scorm-12-o...
Since many e-learning creators are not graphic designers, a tool such as the one presented here could be quite helpful.
One small thing there is no way to return to edit mode from the present mode.