I made a few very minor modifications -- take a look and see if you agree. The benefit of these is that it allows the static-file version to be served from a directory that is not at the root of a webserver. For example, http://chrisbaloney.com/jqapi/. I am not very familiar with your project, so I can't guarantee I didn't break anything.
Add execjs and therubyracer to Gemfile
Add instructions for building static files to README
Fix paths to various resources so that everything works from static f…
…iles not at the root of the webserver
Oh, and the first commit is one that I needed to get it to build on my Ubuntu machine. I understand that therubyracer is just one of several JS engines, so maybe you don't want it in the Gemfile. I'm new to Ruby, so not sure.
Chris, therubyracer is just fine. I forgot to include it because Node.js was already installed on my system. Thanks!