The Web is changing. The 30-year-old terminal-like technology it was originally is gradually giving way to new ways of doing things. The power of AJAX allows for rich user interaction without the trouble that has bugged traditional web applications.
For more information, see script.aculo.us/
Looking for documentation? madrobby.github.com/scriptaculous/
See the CHANGELOG file for information on what's new.
You can follow twitter.com/scriptaculous if you want to be updated as we fix bugs and add new features.
(The sound.js and unittest.js files are optional)
Now, you can include the scripts by adding the following tags to the HEAD section of your HTML pages:
scriptaculous.js will automatically load the other files of the script.aculo.us distribution in, provided they are accessible via the same path.
See madrobby.github.com/scriptaculous/ for detailed usage instructions.
Besides the script.aculo.us files in src, there's a complete test tree included which holds functional and unit tests for script.aculo.us.
If you need examples on how to implement things, the best place to start is by opening test/run_functional_tests.html or test/run_unit_tests.html in your browser, and looking at the sources of the examples provided.
script.aculo.us is licensed under the terms of the MIT License, see the included MIT-LICENSE file.