PHP:Form Series, Part 1: Validators & Client-side Validation(Page 3 out of 3)
In this first part of the PHP:Form series I have shown you what PHP:Form is: an extremely neat PHP form component, that is really useful for building web forms. I have been using it myself now for a few months, and I still can't get over how great it is. It has really simplified things, and I can focus on the important stuff. If you're still in doubt, have a look at the PHP:Form product page for more information and demo's.
I have also shown you exactly what validators are, and the different types. Validators are the most important part of PHP:Form, and you will probably use them in every form. You can some really interesting things with them, and when you combine a few validators it's possible to create a extremely secure form.
In the next part I will have a look at "form types", the form templates of PHP:Form. I will also have a look at setting default values, using the set_value() method of PHP:Form.
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