Everything you need to know about TValidator

  • Time and resource efficiency: TValidator handles all the complex logic involved in the data validation process, making it convenient for developers and enterprises to invest their valuable time and resources in other important tasks.
  • Simplify workflows: TValidator simplifies workflow creation by reducing the time taken to implement complex forms that are an essential part of the workflow. Since TValidator handles the complex validation processes, one can utilize the spared time on other significant aspects of the workflow. Besides, the TValidator web portal for designing/creating the rules is non-blocking by design. That ensures that if mandatory fields are missing at the time of rule creation, then the web application will not prevent the user from creating a rule. The app would naturally notify the user about mandatory or required fields. If the user still ignores all notifications, then the app will automatically mark the rule as InProgress status. In the Core Library, the user will not get an error notification until they integrate the tvuiAlert observer into their system.
  • Independent of any JS Framework: The TValidator is independent of any JS framework. The user can plug it into any web application with ease. Written in ES6, any application which is using or runs Javascript can use TValidator Core Library.
  • Easy-to-set-up and use: The TValidator is fully configurable, and the user can decide how the validation takes place, how the validation results are received, customize the minutest details of a rule, etc. The user can plug TValidator into any web application with ease. Besides, it empowers the users to Plug and Play TValidator to existing code with the added convenience of re-using existing validations.
  • Decoupling the business logic from the code: Essentially, the TValidator separates the business logic from the application. Business rules to validate forms no longer need to be a part of the codebase. The user can create the same on an easy-to-use web portal and then used it by the TValidator library to independently validate the forms used in the application. That makes the application code easy to maintain and understand.

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