To check for incorrectly submitted form data, we will use validators.
- [Instructor] Now that we've rendered the form,…in this video we will validate the form data.…When a user visits slash signup,…he'll see the Sign Up form…and can fill it out with his information,…but what happens when a user fills out the form…with incorrect or missing information?…For example, what happens if this email is invalid…and I have a missing password?…The form still submits successfully in this situation.…This is not good.…We need a way to check the user's input…so that it won't cause problems later on.…We can check form data using validators.…
Flask WTF comes with several use of…validators that we can use.…The most basic validator is Data Required,…and it checks that the field is filled in.…So first import the Data Required validator.…Then for each field make a list named validators,…and add Data Required to that list.…This validator will make sure that…none of the fields are empty.…So if a user fills in each field and form…and submits it the validation check will return true.…
If data does not exist for one or more fields…
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