JSF Client Side Validators v0.9.1 and Facelets
June 2, 2006 20 Comments
This version is focused entirely on bug fixes. Unfortunately I could not get the enough free time to add new features and tried to fix the reported bugs instead. Here is the changelog of version 0.9.1.
- An empty popup was displayed even the input was valid. Fixed.
- A state saving bug regarding the display mode is fixed.
- Resource loading is done via the *.jsf mapping instead of /faces/*.
- Regular expression validator now considers empty input as valid.
- Instead of document.all, w3c standart document.getElementById is used.
- Improved example web application demonstrating both validation summary both with and without a popup.
Also if you are a Facelets user, I’ve provided the facelets taglib file as the following;
<!DOCTYPE facelet-taglib PUBLIC “-//Sun Microsystems, Inc.//DTD Facelet Taglib 1.0//EN” “facelet-taglib_1_0.dtd”>
More information on JSF Client Side Validation Library is here. So what is next, I have many other new features in my mind like running the validations onblur-onkeypress other than onsubmit, improving the compare validator(add more operators) and etc. I am currently working on MyFaces Client Side Validation support for tomahawk validators and dont know when I will implement the features I’ve mentioned. Also Acegi’s 1.0.0 version is released and I feel like the time to improve the Acegi-JSF components is near. Moreover someone asked me when the new version of JSF Chart Creator is coming, I had also many ideas on the new version just have not enough time. All of these mean to me just one thing; More nights without sleep, in the end that is the discipline of a “NIGHT DEVELOPER“.