- v1.3.0 - 10 Aug 2018
- v1.2.0 - 15 Jul 2018
- v1.1.0 - 08 Jul 2018
- v1.0.1 - 29 Jun 2018
- v1.0.0 - 10 Jun 2018Hooray!
- v0.8.1 - 27 Sep 2016
- v0.8.0 - 27 Jun 2016
- v0.7.1 - 01 Feb 2016
- v0.7.0 - 01 Aug 2015
- v0.6.3 - 31 May 2015
- v0.6.2 - 02 Apr 2015
- v0.6.1 - 24 Feb 2015
- v0.6.0 - 06 Jan 2015
- v0.5.3 - 05 Nov 2014
- v0.5.2 - 25 Sep 2014
- v0.5.1 - 22 Aug 2014
- v0.5.0 - 14 Jul 2014
- v0.4.5 - 15 May 2014
- v0.4.4 - 05 May 2014
- v0.4.3 - 26 Apr 2014
- v0.4.2 - 19 Apr 2014
- v0.4.1 - 12 Apr 2014
- v0.4.0 - 03 Apr 2014
- v0.3.3 - 27 Mar 2014
- v0.3.2 - 21 Mar 2014
- v0.3.1 - 17 Mar 2014
- v0.3.0 - 10 Mar 2014
- v0.2.2 - 07 Jan 2014
- v0.2.1 - 08 Nov 2013
- v0.2.0 - 21 Oct 2013
- v0.1.1 - 17 Oct 2013
- v0.1.0 - 14 Oct 2013
Released 8 July 2018
This verion brings support for Internet Explorer 11 (because the previous version is compiled to ES6 compatible code which doesn't work in Internet Explorer 11).
It also adds new plugins to support better user experience such as:
- Stop performing remaining validators if there is a validator that the field does not pass, via the Sequence plugin
- Be able to postpone the validation for a given number of seconds from the moment user stops fill in the field via the Trigger plugin
For more details, take a look at the next sections.
New Sequence plugin
By default, all validators for given field will perform their jobs after each key stroke. In the previous version, there is no way for us to control the order of their executions.
The Sequence plugin allows us to pending the execution of a validator until all previous validators are pass.
In the following example, we use the remote validator, which is an expensive validator because it will hit the server and takes time to perform and returns the result to our user. By putting it at the end of field validators, we only send a request to server to check if the username is taken if it passes all other validators.
New StartEndDate plugin
The StartEndDate plugin is very handly if you want to validate start and end dates. We can use it with or without a date picker library.
The example below uses the flatpickr, a lightweight and powerful datetime picker.
Support invisible reCAPTCHA
Improve Trigger plugin
The Trigger plugin adds a new
delay option that supports pending validation for a given number of seconds after user stops filling in the field.
In the following form, the username field validations will be postponed for 3 seconds after user stops filling in the field. Other field will be validated instantly right after each key stroke.
maxoptions in the date validator accept a function returning a Date object or a string
- For each field, all validators are performed in a sequential order
- Remove the
timeoutoption in the Recaptcha plugin. The captcha expiration will be handled by the plugin automatically
- Remove unused
stokenoption in the Recaptcha plugin
- Add new option in the Recaptcha plugin to support back-end verification
- Hide the clear field icon on Internet Explorer. So you will not see two icons when using with the Icon plugin
- The library is now compatible with Internet Explorer 11. Behind the scene, we use Babel to compile the ES6 code into ES5 compatible code
- Fix an issue that the updateFieldStatus() method ignores the
validatorparameter when setting the field status
- Fix an issue that the valid/invalid CSS classes aren't removed from field element when executing resetForm, resetField methods
- Fix an issue that the field element doesn't reset value when executing resetForm, resetField methods
Upgrading to v1.1.0
- From v0.8.1 and older versions: Follow the Upgrading to v1.0.0 guide
- From v1.0.0: Just download the new version and replace the old files in v1.0.0 with new files in v1.1.0.