Today a new feature was released for Sensei Grid, a simple data grid in JS/HTML. Previously I added an always present empty row at the end of table (configurable option), that was meant for adding new data to the grid. I have added a new callback for easier row saving in the backend, especially if you are storing data in a relational database.
An example how to listen to “row:save” callback:
Saving rows is a bit different from cells, because rows can be saved only as a whole (INSERT query), whereas cells are saved individually (UPDATE query). Hence a separate event for rows. Cells can be still saved separately with the “editor:save” event.