In the video below I demonstrate the grid. I click on a row and it loads a picture from LinkedIn using the column with the LinkedIn picture url. The grid is resizable and draggable. I then demonstrate adding a row to the SQL Azure database, reloading the page, and seeing the new data.
The jQuery grid gets the data from a completely unrelated data source. The data source has a back end Azure database with a web service that exposes data in JSON format. In the video, I simple add a row to the table and the web service does the work of exposing the data in a format I can read with my jQuery