This makes including JS files in your project easy-peasy. To add a JS libary to your project:
$ cdnjs jquery Created jquery-1.5.1.js.
You probably want to link the online version as well:
$ cdnjs html jquery <script src='https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.5.1/jquery.min.js'></script>
Or you may want just the URL:
$ cdnjs url underscore http://ajax.cdnjs.com/ajax/libs/underscore.js/1.1.4/underscore-min.js
This is a Ruby gem that requires Ruby 1.8+.
$ gem install cdnjs-command
Usage: cdnjs NAME - Download specific package Other commands: cdnjs list - List available packages cdnjs info NAME - Show package info cdnjs html NAME - Show HTML snippet to include given package cdnjs url NAME - Show the URL for the given package cdnjs update - Updates the package cache You may also use the first letters of each command; e.g., `cdnjs i jquery`. Here are some common examples: $ cdnjs jquery $ echo `cdnjs h underscore` >> index.html