Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006

New Scriptaculous Homepage

Category: Prototype

script.aculo.us has a new face, that should help you find what you need and want in short order.

The new front page also has the side effect that you can timewaste at work by dragging the bubbles all over. If they let you drop as well as drag, people would be there for hours :)

Script.aculo.us Homepage

Posted by Dion Almaer at 10:33 am
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How nice. If only they’d invest some time in actually writing documentation.

Comment by alan — August 22, 2006

I’ll add something so you can throw them around and watch it bump off each other later. ;)

Maybe someone can implement a nice game of Ajax air hockey?

Comment by Thomas Fuchs — August 22, 2006

[ Insert obligatory “bubble 2.0” joke/reference here! ]

More seriously though, why not have some fun with Javascript while it’s hot! .. I didn’t know Gucci used their library, which is a rather interesting fact. (“Javascript for the high-fashion crowd”? ;) )

Comment by Scott Schiller — August 22, 2006

[…] (Thanks to Ajaxian for tip.) […]

Pingback by ScriptTeaser » Blog Archive » A new look for script.aculo.us — August 22, 2006

I second the vote for more documentation…

Comment by Julie Fuller — August 22, 2006

New homepage. Same brokedown documentation.

Comment by Matthew Ratzloff — August 22, 2006

Is this site every up, I can never get to it?

Comment by Carl J. Collin — August 29, 2006

I agree with Carl, I cannot access their page since the very first time I learned about them.

Am really looking forward on learning more about them. Anyone who knows their mirror site or any site that features what script.aculo.us has to offer.

Thanks!

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Trackback by phentermine — September 8, 2006

To those calling for more documentation–it’s a wiki. Help out and add some!

Comment by Tom — September 11, 2006

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