GNU ease.js is free software; you are free to use and redistribute it under terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 or, at your option, any later version.

The source code is officially hosted at the following locations (the website source code exists within the website branch of the repository). Git is used as the version control system.

If you would like to follow the development of ease.js or would like to be notified of new releases, you may subscribe to the info-easejs mailing list. To receive release announcments for all GNU software (including ease.js), you may subscribe to info-gnu.


Savannah is the main development and distribution site for GNU software; it is itself free software.
$ git clone git://


GitLab is also recommended, as it is itself free software (GitLab CE).
$ git clone


GitHub is a popular social coding platform. Unfortunately, it serves proprietary JavaScript to users, and is not fully functional with JavaScript disabled. A mirror of GNU ease.js is provided there, if you wish to make use of it; a link will not be provided here, as that would encourage use of an unethical alternative.


See Chapter 1 of the manual for more information on downloading and integrating ease.js into your own projects.