This tutorial will walk through how to get an Ext JS installation up and running quickly in your java (J2EE) project.
This is the screenshot of this tutorial:
First, if you haven't downloaded ExtJS already, do it: http://extjs.com/products/extjs/download.php (most current release).
PS.: I'm using Eclipse IDE.
1 - After download the ExtJS library, let's create a Dynamic Web Project.
2 - Under WebContent folder, create a folder where all ExtJS files will be located (I named it ext-3.0.3). Paste adapter and resources folders under your extjs folder. Also, paste this file: ext-all.js under ext-3.0.3:
3 - Let's create a html page. You can use this page as a template and adjust it to your needs. Let's also put a Hello World code to make sure everything is ok:
You can download the source code in my Github: http://github.com/loiane/extjs-helloworld
Original post: http://loianegroner.com/2009/12/getting-started-with-extjs-in-your-j2ee-project