The focal point of all presentations are their images right? One of the best practices for creating great slide decks is to minimize the amount of text. That means that if you DO have text, the words you use must have higher impact AND be visually appealing. In this video, Google engineer Wesley Chun shows developers a variety of ways to format all those important words in your presentations using the Google Slides API.

Relevant links:

Text structure & styling in Google Slides: https://goo.gl/KYP5PJ
Code deep dive blog post http://goo.gl/YwUilm
Google APIs Client Libraries: https://goo.gl/rXaYWH
Google APIs Python client library: https://goo.gl/Vc3dJ1
Google Developers Console: https://goo.gl/a4vHdS
“Replacing text & images in Google Slides” DevByte video: https://goo.gl/o6EFwk
“Generating slides from spreadsheet data” DevByte video: https://goo.gl/Yb06ZC
Overview of the Google Slides API: https://goo.gl/5HDKzP
Common operations & API samples: https://goo.gl/Tg9ao5
Slides API reference documentation: https://goo.gl/SwID2r
Slides API quickstarts in Python & other languages: https://goo.gl/fystgD
Slides API developers launch announcement (Nov 2016): https://goo.gl/o6EFwk
Slides API launch announcement (Nov 2016): https://goo.gl/emMJwE
“Setting up new Google API projects” DevByte video: https://goo.gl/RbyTFD
“Common Python code walkthrough” DevByte video: https://goo.gl/KMfbeK

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