Usually you would use GWT's ScriptInjector together with ClientBundle + TextResource/ExternalTextResource. That way you can either embed your external JS into the GWT JS (TextResource) so it downloads as part of your app download or you let the GWT app asynchronously download the JS when needed (ExternalTextResource).--
You can also use GWTs XML modules to include additional scripts which will be loaded before your entry point starts. But it could be that it won't be compatible with future GWT versions based on J2CL. http://www.gwtproject.org/doc/latest/DevGuideOrganizingProjects.html#DevGuideAutomaticResourceInclusion
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