I was hoping it would be made public a couple weeks ago in September, but it just went live this weekend. It's the first of a series of sites Saugus.net has been working on to utilize cross-platform vector graphics via the Dojo Toolkit. To make it more interesting, most of these sites also use the Plone CMS.
The site in question is the Shining Stars Learning Center. They wanted lots of stars on a light blue background, and they got them in spades. A single star drawing routine is looped through a number of times based upon the client's screen size, filling the current browser window (actually the maximum possible browser window should the window be resized) with stars of random size, rotation, and position. To add a bit of whimsy, all the stars can be independently dragged around the window.
The Shining Stars logo in the upper left hand corner is also drawn via vector graphics, although it can't be moved. I disallowed stars being drawn behind it in the initial star populating phase, but they can be dragged behind it after the window has been drawn. It was converted from SVG to Dojo GFX JSON using my fork of svg2gfx.xsl (which will soon hopefully go into the main trunk).
The whole site, including the logo and stars, is built around em size, so resizing the text causes the logo and stars to resize accordingly, too, and since they're defined using vectors they never get fuzzy.
Microsoft Internet Explorer (as usual) provided its own set of problems. While on most browsers (including the Wii Internet Channel) the Dojo GFX stuff gets rendered as SVG, MSIE instead uses VML. Unfortunately Microsoft's recent crusade to catch up with other browsers' support of standards has not included standard vector graphics in the form of SVG, and to make matters worse they've allowed their own VML to rot with each new version of MSIE seeming to introduce new, unaddressed VML problems. In particular, some of the vector graphics the site uses cause VML issues in MSIE8, and the only way I was able to fix it was to use the Microsoft-specific
X-UA-Compatible to explicitly request that MSIE8 render the site as if it were really MSIE7. Since I was forced to mess with this anyway, I took it one step further and added Chrome Frame support with the line:
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="chrome=1;IE=7">
and dropping all MSIE-specific hacks when it is engaged.
Please note that the site is still in a beta mode of sorts and thus may not only still have bugs but will also be in fairly frequent flux. If things don't look as you'd expect from the above description, please try again in a few minutes; you probably just caught it during an update.