ApproveJs doesn’t automatically attach itself to input change events or form submit events. It also doesn’t manipulate the DOM for you by automatically displaying errors. This allows you to handle validation how you want. ApproveJs exposes a single method, value() and leaves you to decide when a value is validated and how errors are displayed. If you like to be in control or have a little OCD like me, ApproveJs is for you.
• String : isString, minLength(min), maxLength(max), length(min, max), regex(reg)
• Number: isNumber, minNumber, maxNumber, between
• Date: isDate, minDate(min), maxDate(max), between(min, max)
• Bool: isTrue, isFalse
• Util: isRequired, isEmail, isCep
And employs bitwise operations, data pre-processing, and memory-efficient memoization for fast, robust performance in small and large apps and libraries.
A jQuery library for formatting and validating form fields, based on Stripe’s jQuery.payment library. It supports various fields like credit card cvc, credit card expiry, credit card number, email address, date, number, Ontario driver’s license number and much more.
Verify.js is a powerful, customizable asynchronous form validation library. It is fully customizable, easily extendable, unobtrusive, and includes grouped validations as well as asynchronous validations.
That’s why Parsley is here: to let you define your general form validation, implement it on the backend side, and simply port it frontend-side, with maximum respect to user experience best practices.
The Form Validation – made easy script allows you to very easily set up validation rules and validate these rules against any sort of input coming from any type of array data source such as $_POST, $_GET or a key/value filled array.
The script can with ease be plugged in with existing HTML form code without drastically changing the HTML code. Or be implemented from scratch. The script also handles the population of input values for input fields, textareas, checkboxes, radio buttons and select lists if a default value has been specified and when a form is posted and returned to the user. This means the user never has to type in the same information twice when a form is invalid!
The script comes with a bunch of predefined rules but how you want to validate each and every input in your form is all up to you. With custom functions you are able to hook up with the script and supply your own validation rules and error messages.