Topic: Fork JavaScript for Rails

Caught this on Ajaxian today:

Fork is a general purpose, namespaced JavaScript library with Ajax, Events, DOM manipulation. There are a few bonus lines of code specifically for use with Ruby on Rails but Fork can be happily used outside of Rails also.

I like Ruby on Rails. The Rails default Prototype JavaScript library does not suit many development situations and contains code that makes developing for a wide selection of browsers difficult or impossible. Prototype has some great ideas in it's mix but the implementation quality has been questioned many times. Prototype has influenced many JavaScript libraries and some of Prototype's best ideas have also influenced the Fork API. Because Fork is a namespaced library, you may be able to use both Fork and Prototype simultaneously as you transition from one to the other.

Fork has been around since late November 2006, and just went 0.1.0 a few days ago.  It's MIT licensed.

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