Give your users a great way to filter the items in their lists to get the data view they need by displaying a filter row as the first row at the top of the list. Once you set a simple property to show the filter row, the jQuery TreeList component will add a filter for the appropriate date type at the top of each column.
Delight your users by defining a template to customize the layout of the rows in your TreeList. Common uses include alternating rows, binging images to data, conditional formatting, font and color styling and anything you can imagine—the entire row is your playground. All you need to do is define the template in script tags and the view will be rendered with HTML table row elements.