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Mar 12, 2012 04:52 PM|LINK
Upshot.js with the correct DataProvider, yes. DataController, no.
I will unpack the question a little. If you have an existing RESTful CRUD implementation and you want to use Upshot to communicate with it that should be possible with the correct DataProvider. I think the current OData DataProvider is read only at the moment
but I would expect that to change either from the Microsoft side or the community side. If you write the correct DataProvider you can connect upshot to almost anything.
If you are creating a new application with a new service then the DataController with its Submit(Changeset changeset) is probably a better solution if you are planning to use validation, unit of work, or any other core features of SPA.