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There are so many features offered that it is best to just reference the ExtJS API Documentation.
Using ExtJS In Your Pages
To use ExtJS in your pages, you must first set the EXTJS_CORE_ONLY configuration constant to 1 in the Helix admin pages for your site. If you need to also use the visual components, set the EXTJS_ENABLE configuration constant to 1 in the Helix admin pages for your site.
Next, create a file in your page folder with the same name as the page, but with a .js extension. For example, in the test-page folder, create a file named test-page.js, and it will be automatically loaded when the page is requested.
See the code below for an example of how to use ExtJS to manipulate elements in the browser:
There are literally thousands of cool things you can do with ExtJS... have fun!