ExtJS and .NET MVC

I've been using JQuery with .NET MVC for a while now, and it works wonderfully. I've made a couple of post previously on the subject. In my most recent project I've been using ExtJS with .NET MVC and it works wonderfully well (for the most part!). Since the latest version of ExtJS (v3) came out, it has gotten a whole lot easier with full REST support for data stores. When I first sat down to write my data components for this particular project, I made my subclass of the Store class (or JSONStore depending on what I was doing), and implemented my own REST-style interface. This basically involved providing a URL and then appending _get, _set, _delete etc to get the appropriate URL. It was messy and ugly and didn't work like REST should. Fortunately, around this time version 3 of ExtJS came out and solved all my issues in one go. Now by including the property "restful:true" into your Store, the store will automatically wire up the get, set, update and delete methods for you.
var store = new Ext.data.Store({
restful: true,
...
In my case, I am using a datagrid with a row editor. This means that when I click add, delete, update or load, the data store will take care of everything. All I need to do is provide a URL. Now, most ASP.NET developers will have never come across this, but it's definitely something you should be aware of. All 4 actions use the same URL (and hence the same method name in the controller) but with varying HttpVerbs.
[AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Delete)]

        [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Post)]

        [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Put)]

        [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Get)]
What this means is that in your controller you can have ONE method name (but 4 separate methods) to handle all requests for this data type. Not only is it a lot neater, it's a lot easier to understand.