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Rob Richard asked on 23 Nov 2009, 07:45 PM
I need to build an editable grid that allows some segment of the user-base the ability to use the app via a low bandwidth.  I went down the road of binding everything server-side, then allowing updates via a webservice (NOT using the RadGrid editforms, but rather using my own hidden div).  The problem I ran into is - how do I "insert" an item into the grid if I'm not using the inherent editform.  Is there a better way?

What architecture / best practices can I use to minimize postbacks and grid rebinds (it's not obvious to me at this point, so any insight would be greatly appreciated). 

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answered on 23 Nov 2009, 10:40 PM
What I like to do is batch updates, which basically allows you to hold off on updating and rebinding the Grid until a certain point which reduces the overall bandwith quite a bit.
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