Dowload the latest release here.
See also the Mobile Documents project for another sample: http://mobiledocuments.openntf.org.
There are step by step instructions from Bruce Elgort.
The Taking Notes Podcast episode 115 is about the XPages Mobile Controls - see here.
This project contains these parts:
This database contains the main controls and is the database you should try first. In contains Dojo 1.6 Mobile and everything else to get started.
This database contains additional controls based on open source from cubiq.org and the Wink Toolkit (not Apache Wink).
Image Carousel Control
Slide in Menu Control
Spinning Wheel Control
Image Viewer Control
TelephoneNumber and NearestLocation Controls
PopUp Menu Control
Date Picker Control
3. MobileControlsOffline.nsf and Offline.nsf
Offline.nsf contains basic HTML5 samples for how to do offline with XPages. MobileControlsOffline.nsf shows how to take a Dojo based mobile app offline.
XCamera.nsf contains a sample how to take a picture with a smartphone and upload it to an NSF. This one is based on PhoneGap and requires PhoneGap to be used to compile a native hybrid app.
5. Login control for mobile apps (using Lotus iNotes Ultralite)
This database contains some code for a login control based on the iNotes login mechanism.
See here for the documentation.
The mobile apps for OpenNTF have been built using this project:
Reusable XPages Controls leveraging Dojo Mobile 1.5: http://i.openntf.org
Reusable XPages Controls leveraging Dojo Mobile 1.5 including Offline: http://184.108.40.206/niklas/MobileControls200.nsf/m.xsp