jPaq is a new library that I released on February 2, 2011. It is a fully customizable JavaScript library, meaning the developer can download just the functions, objects and classes that he or she needs. Unlike JXtension, jPaq is fully documented on the web and within the full version of the build that you design. jPaq is lightweight like JXtension was, but the code has been better tested. Three versions of each build can be downloaded: minified version, full version, and vsdoc version (for Visual Studio 2008+). Visit http://www.jpaq.org/ and tell me what you think I could do to improve it.

In an attempt to stop try to re-invent the wheel, I decided to scrap the JXtension project. Still, many of the things that were available in JXtension can now be found in jPaq.