It uses SVG or VML as backend (making use of Raphael JS library) and it works across all major browsers.
You can use it side by side with any other library you need, like JQuery or MooTools.
When writing configuration, you will have to specify key frames with desired attributes (like opacity or position) and that is why Slide Panel is so flexible. You will be able to create very customized slides with many transitions effects, like scaling, changing position, rotation or color.
What is more, you will be able to create event handlers for any object, e.g. for events like “onmouseover”.
Images included in demo are Creative-Commons license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/