I've tried Dojotoolkit and dojocampus and find them very frustrating to use and quite incomplete. For instance, they'll list the various methods for a class, but not the arguments to pass, or show how it's used. Most of what I learn seems to be by hit and miss, which takes a lot of time for a framework that claims to be great for quick development.
I don't understand; when I look at the Dojo documentation it seems like most things have pretty complete info along with type information for functions, along with tabs for different Dojo versions. Can you give an example?
Now I'm trying to reset a field. The "documentation" says there is a reset() function, but my browser says that the object (IE 7) doesn't have it, nor does the regular <form> can't be reset. The more I check out DOJO, the more I hate it. It is quickly approaching Crystal Report status with me (I can go on for days about my "love" of crustal).