Skill Level Advanced
- [Instructor] If there's one feature that can be found on almost any web application available today, it's probably forms. If your web forms aren't easy to use, then chances are you're losing customers without even realizing it. Hi, I'm Joe Marini, and I've been building software professionally for some of the biggest companies in Silicon Valley for more than 30 years. In this course, we're going to learn how to apply modern programming principles to your web forms to make them easy to understand, efficient to fill out, and resistant to bad data. We'll take a look at some simple things you can do right away, like proper label usage and keyboard shortcuts. And then move on to advanced topics, like dynamically controlling form field behavior, and implementing Auto Fill to make it easier to fill out common types of data. Then, we'll take a look at how to use validation techniques to make sure that the data that gets entered into your forms is what you expect to receive when it gets to your server, and how to prevent that data from being entered in the first place. So come join me in my course, and I'll show you some of my favorite techniques for building inviting, interactive forms that get the job done. Come on, let's get started.
1. Form Programming Fundamentals
2. Dynamic Forms
3. Support Autofill and Repopulation
4. Validate Form Data
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