In this post we’ve seen that the live bindings feature allows us to save data back to SharePoint in batches with a small amount of effort.
Because ASP.Net AJAX Templating and SharePoint 2010 both support the oData protocol they are a powerful combination.
A significant portion of SharePoint 2010’s Web 2.0 look and feel derives from its use of modal popups.
I’ve shown how nicely ASP.Net AJAX Templating interacts with jQuery and how to directly modify in-memory JSON objects and send them back to SharePoint.
In this part in the series I’ll describe ASP.Net AJAX Templating, give a tutorial of building a simple application page in Visual Studio 2010, and then build out a very simple page using ASP.Net AJAX Templating that displays SharePoint 2010 list data exposed as JSON by WCF Data Services.
WCF Data Services is one of the most compelling new features of SharePoint 2010 from a developer’s perspective.
SharePoint 2010 and WCF Data Services combined with ASP.Net AJAX 4.0 Templating provide a very nice solution for all of these problems.
Last week I stumbled upon some pretty neat functionality of the out-of-the-box List View Web Part in SharePoint 2010: the AJAX Options.