This is just a quick post - the tl;dr is this: jQuery Validation Globalize has been ported to Globalize 1.x. Yay! In one of those twists of fate I'm not actually using this plugin in my day job anymore but I thought it might be useful to other people. So here you go. You can read more about this plugin in an older post and you can see a demo of it in action here.
5 posts tagged with "jQuery Validation"View All Tags
Migrating from jquery.validate.unobtrusive.js to jQuery.Validation.Unobtrusive.Native
So, you're looking at jQuery.Validation.Unobtrusive.Native. You're thinking to yourself "Yeah, I'd really like to use the native unobtrusive support in jQuery Validation. But I've already got this app which is using jquery.validate.unobtrusive.js - actually how easy is switching over?" Well I'm here to tell you that it's pretty straightforward - here's a walkthrough of how it might be done.
Using Bootstrap Tooltips to display jQuery Validation error messages
I love jQuery Validation. I was recently putting together a screen which had a lot of different bits of validation going on. And the default jQuery Validation approach of displaying the validation messages next to the element being validated wasn't working for me. That is to say, because of the amount of elements on the form, the appearance of validation messages was really making a mess of the presentation. So what to do?
jQuery Validation - Native Unobtrusive Validation Support!
Did you know that jQuery Validation natively supports the use of HTML 5 data attributes to drive validation unobtrusively? Neither did I - I haven't seen any documentation for it. However, I was reading the jQuery Validation test suite and that's what I spotted being used in some of the tests.
Globalize and jQuery Validation
If you're after a version of this that works with Globalize 1.x then take a look here.
To make it easier for people to use the approach detailed in this post I have created a repository for
jquery.validate.globalize.js on GitHub here.
This is also available as a nuget package here.
To see a good demo take a look here.