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Forms Validation with Symfony and Prototype
December 13, 2006 @ 15:51:00

Jason Gilmore dropped us a line to point out the latest edition of his series on Developer.com - this time focusing on form validation with Prototype and a different framework than before, symfony.

These tutorials focused on the increasingly popular CakePHP framework, however in this installment I'll switch gears a bit and instead examine my preferred framework solution: symfony. Specifically, I'll show you how symfony's built-in support for the Prototype JavaScript framework can greatly enhance the user experience within your applications.

Jason introduces the Prototype library and a simple version of how it's used with a form to do a little validation. The next step is integrating it with something useful - a site built up inside the symfony framework (you'll need to know how to use it already).

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