Please send corrections and suggested improvements to [email protected] As of January 2013, Opera had the most complete support for these new input elements, followed closely by Chrome.
Firefox and Safari had moderate support, and Internet Explorer had no support at all.
This is to prevent attacks, bad data, and simple user error.
This tutorial will explain the basics of setting up validation with Spring MVC.
Any time a user submits data into your system, it needs to be validated.
Does the color scheme make it difficult to impossible for those with color-deficient vision impairments, or who have trouble discriminating certain color combinations to read the information at the site (examples of problematic text/backgrounds: dark gray on black, yellow on white, red on green)?
Design/Style Is the site pleasing or comfortable to look at, allowing your eyes to travel the page logically?
You may be sent a link by a friend or co-worker, find one referenced in an article you read in a hardcopy newspaper, magazine, or newsletter, or through email services you have signed up for, such as Bio Med Net or Sci Quest's Sci Central newsletters, or come across them as you read posts in online forums, newsgroups, or email discussion lists.
Depending on the source, you may feel there is little or no reason to consciously assess the information, while other sites you will perform some type of assessment.
This tutorial with full source code will show how to validate a form submission in Spring MVC using JSR-303 annotations.