What I'm confused about is how to use both of these together, or even if one should. The only reference I can find anywhere is here
, but it doesn't really help. I've also looked through the examples but the relationship is still not clear.
If I understand it, the MVVM framework runs in the client browser in order to abstract responsibilities but also to bind the ViewModel to the data (using 'Observable').
On the other hand, the MVC wrappers seem to create widgets which are bound to datasources.
Do these two technologies work together and if so, in what scenarios should they be used thus? What are the advantages? In some sense it appears to me as though using the MVC wrappers and binding to datasources negates the need for a client-side MVVC pattern.
Are there any simple example projects of using the MVC server wrappers and the Kendo MVVC framework, that provides a clear understanding of the benefits, please?
Thanks so much,