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Just noticed the object the other day, and it looks like its on every page. But I can't find any documentation about it. Anyone used the "helpers" or seen any docs, or knows anything about it?

Tbh I'm not a fan about using undocumented features too much, since I guess they could change the functions.

Here are some of the functions:

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Nice catch! I did a little bit of digging and found out that the function is defined in the sp.init.js file. You can see the debug version here: _layouts/15/sp.init.debug.js

Yes this function is undocumented like many of other SP JS features. But I am not too worried about MS changing these functions as they are used in functionality like the SharePoint Newsfeed. (Go to any page with the newsfeed and search for the SP.ScriptHelper object)

To add to the answer, there is another Helper object: SP.ScriptUtility which I have used successfully in SP2010 as well as SP2013

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  • Many methods are duplicated across ScriptUtility and ScriptHelper. Not sure why, but usually its fine to just use ScriptHelper it seems.
    – Hugh Wood
    Oct 19, 2014 at 15:13

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