Validatr, pointeraccuracy.js, Testacular Updates

08 Mar 2013 | By Alex Young | Tags libraries node testing mobile accessibility jquery polyfills

Validatr

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Validatr (GitHub: jaymorrow / validatr, License: MIT, jquery: validatr) by Jay Morrow is a cross-browser HTML5 form validation library. That means it provides validators for the new native widgets, like color and date. The Validatr fields documentation lists all of the supported inputs and also features demos.

The library requires jQuery, and usage looks like this:

$('form').validatr('addTest', 'example', function(element) {});

Jay has also included QUnit tests for Validatr.

pointeraccuracy.js

pointeraccuracy.js (GitHub: n-fuse / pointeraccuracy.js, License: MIT) by Thomas Hoppe is a polyfill for the media query level 4 property “pointer”. This API heuristically determines the pointer accuracy, returning coarse or fine depending on the input device’s accuracy:

This media feature does not indicate that the user will never be able to click accurately, only that it is inconvenient for him to do so. Authors are expected to react to a value of coarse by designing pages that do not rely on accurate clicking to be operated.

Testacular Updates

Testacular, used by the AngularJS team, has been updated. The new version includes code coverage, Growl and TeamCity reporters, and an adapter for QUnit.

Vojta Jína posts about the project to his Google+ account: +Vojta Jína.


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