Web Development Article
Implementing a validation library isn't all that hard. Neither is adding all of those extra features that make your validation library much better than the rest. This article will continue implementing the validation library we started implementing in the previous part of this article series. These are the features that are going to take us from a simple proof of concept to an actual usable library! Part 1: The Basics Part 2: The Features Part 3: The Experience (Coming up next week) Only Show Validation On Submit Since we're validating on all change events, we're showing the user error messages way too early for a good user experience.