Released 07 Nov 2017
GNU ease.js can be downloaded in a variety of formats, depending on the environment in which it will be used. Releases are always stable and production-ready.
You should verify the above files using their associated signatures to ensure that they have not been altered. This can be done by placing both files in the same directory and running the command:
$ gpg --verify file.sig
where file is the full filename, such as easejs-latest.tar.gz. If you do not have the public signing key, you may download it by running this command:
$ gpg --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv-keys D6E9B930028A6C38F43B2388FEF635745E6F6D05
ease.js is available via npm for use with Node.js. Please be warned that package signature checks are not performed by npm.
$ npm install easejs
ManualSee Chapter 1 of the manual for more information on downloading and integrating ease.js into your own projects.
Release NotesBelow are the release notes for the current release of GNU ease.js. Historical release notes are also available. GPG signatures for each of the releases and their respective notes can be found in their respective tags in the Git repository.
0.2.9: GNU ease.js 0.2.9 released