ClientVal-API v 1.9.3

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A complete solution API for client-side validation.

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About!

ClientVal-API is an automated Client-side form validation api developed by Amal K Jose. First version released on October 18, 2017 with the name of oh-autoVal. latest version of ClientVal-API is v 1.9.3, which enabled fully online+offline compained validation and Customizability support.

Please note, don't consider this as last word of validation and security. We are providing best validations with regular updates and well algorithm based client-side validation. But it does not mean that, this is good enough for your entire application.

Latest Version : v1.9.3
Latest Release : March 20, 2019
Initial Release : March 17, 2017 (v.1.0.0)
Develoed By : Amal K Jose


Why It Is Special?

Easy to use

We build pretty complex tools and this allows us to take designs and turn them into functional quickly and easily

Powerful

We implemented powerful validation algorithm which helps you to validate fields with high success rate.

Customizability

We providing custom patterns, error messages, styles and more to achive your dreams customizations.

Daily Updates

We are providing daily updates, accepting your requests and try to implement your requirements.

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How it can be use?

Generate API Key

First we required a valid API Key generated for your website. You can generate it by clicking Generate API Key option from User-Console (Login Required)

Load ClientVal-API Resources

You have to add two resources files clientval-style.css and clientval-script.js as follows (Make sure jQuery script is included before script tag)

<link href="https://clientval.ml/cv-resources/1.9.3/css/clientval-style.css" rel="stylesheet"/>
<script src="https://clientval.ml/cv-resources/1.9.3/js/clientval-script.js" cv-key=API-KEY></script>

Form Configuration

To enable validation for a form, you must implement attributes onsubmit="return" and class="cv-form"

Example:
<form action="destignation" class="cv-form" method="post" onsubmit="return">
     <!--Form elements -->
</form>

Here you can use your submit button(s) without making any modifications

Validation Elements Configuration

Next you have to specify validation classes as class="cv-CLASS-NAME", custom validation patterns as cv-pattern="YOUR-PATTERN" and error messages as cv-message="YOUR-MESSAGE"
Example:
<input type="text" class="cv-email" cv-message="Invalid email address"/>


Available Classes