ExtTLD: Ext library extension for java developers! You have all Ext components represented in the form of tags. All you have to do is add the TLD library, add JSTL support and Apache commons library to your project. The project is still in beta stage and is available for download. But I am not sure of the license in which this library will be distributed and its Tag source code is not available for download.
To test, I downloaded the library and was programming the next minute. The steps are simple and easy. Have a look at sample code:
<ext:body> <ext:window title="Testing" width="300" height="300" id="myWindow"> <ext:toolbar> <ext:toolbar.button text="Button 1" /> </ext:toolbar> <div style="padding:5px">This is a simple window in Ext </div> </ext:window> </ext:body>
MyGWT: This is a java library for Google Web Toolkit. The library helps developer to compile their java code to web applications and has been licensed under LGPL 3.0. The library seems to have stable release but I am not sure if the library supports Ext 1.x or 2.0. The site has enough examples and tutorials to start you up.
Let’s change the platform. The above mentioned wrappers are related to java developers. What about .Net, Rails and ColdFusion developers? Wrapper libraries for these platforms are also available. For Microsoft platform we have Ext Extender controls which is hosted on CodePlex. For Rails we have library provided by GL Networks Inside. ColdFusion developers have two libraries Ext.CFC and cfExt.
I am Java guy and have not tested libraries for .Net and others. May be you should test them and comment about it. So, web developers... What are you waiting for? Checkout the libraries!!!