Yes, I will be working on code examples. Here’s what I am up to.
I’m building the middle tier between SharePoint and Kendo UI using SPServices. For greatest efficiency the tier should support server side paging and be easily bindable as a Kendo Data source. The concept is the query would return
a “page” of Json rows (array) on page load or page requests. Edit on the page would mark rows as “dirty” and needing update or cancel.
The reason for the request is that by having the updatelistItens service call work with the value of ID from the value pairs of the retrieved items on the page, the Json array returned from getListItems could be passed to the update
for each dirty record on the page before the request for the new page is executed.
It would provide a very clean interface for both Kendo UI and JQuery UI.
I’ll keep you folks in the loop as I puzzle out the details.