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28 Apr 2013

SharePoint 2013. New JSLink property for SPField

This is a side note about the use of JSLink property in SPFields. I intend to use this later in my projects. Here are 2 simple steps.

1.Create and deploy JS Field with the script that looks like this:

2. Change the new JSLink property for you SPField like is show on the screenshot. Note that it may be even built-in field.

The result should look like this. I've added a simple "refresh" image inside the field as a test.

For more info you could check this nice article SP 2013: Using the JSLink property to change the way your field or views are rendered in SharePoint 2013

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