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how about oData libraries provided here : www.odata.org/.../
Can these be used?
Not an expert and I'm assuming the oData is a kind of throwback to the old SOAP days but, the "SDK" is pretty much a handful of operations -- create, retrieve (&multiple), update, delete and execute -- CRUD and messages. I'm pretty sure the webAPI can handle all these. Your challenge would be to cobble together the variety of messages/requests that can be executed.
Most of the operations that you described could be achieved using webAPI or supported JS functions:
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