Now that we've got the toolkits in to Domino (did you see the rough cut article on how I did this?) I suppose the next thing to do is turn the two databases in to working demos. At the moment they contain nothing but the files that comprise each toolkit. We need to add the Views, Forms and Pages etc to show how to use them with Domino. This is the next thing on my list to do.
How far I will get in implementing Domino examples of the various widgets available remains to be seen. Last night I had a quick go at using the Dojo DatePicker widget with a Domino date field. I gave up in the end. While Dojo has a good-looking website and demos the documentation just doesn't seem to be there to me. Whereas Yahoo!'s is much better documented, as you'd expect. Although I remember trying and giving up on YUI's Calendar widget not long back.
At the very least I expect to get some DOM scripting and Ajax examples up and running with both toolkits.
Half the problem with using these toolkits is that they require a certain amount of control over the context in which they are being used. As Dominoers we don't have that and so have to hope to be able to work round some of the limitations. We're used to that though, right?