SlideHub - SlideHub is an Open Source Slide Sharing Application for Azure / AWS

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This is an open source slidesharing application with Azure / AWS. The previous version of SlideHub was made with CakePHP. And this version is a successor of the previous version and is made with Ruby on Rails 5.

http://slide.meguro.ryuzee.com
https://github.com/ryuzee/SlideHub

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