I've been using Dojo for a couple of months now and I really like it as it makes writing cross-browser JavaScript a breeze.

Emacs 4EVA!!

I've also been using Emacs with YASnippet for a bit now too. YASnippet is a plugin for Emacs that allows you to define a snippet that'll get transformed into something much bigger in your file. It saves you a lot of typing as you can define areas in your snippet where you get prompted to enter text and it'll autofill with your entries. Very handy, let me tell you. There's a screencast on YouTube showing how powerful it is.

Which brings me to the point of this post. I've created a package of snippets aimed at people writing Dojo based JavaScript. It's hosted up on GitHub if you would like to use it. Currently, it only includes (what I feel to be) the major functions but feel free to contact me if you'd like to add more.