I'm try to replicate the below demo and I'm able to but I don't see a way to persist the order of the newly sorted list of elements. I need to find a way to track something for the element (div) on the client side to use when I update the element in the database. Below is the demo I'm working with http://jqueryui.com/demos/draggable/#sortable
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