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Cookies are cryptographically signed with HMAC-SHA1, to prevent tampering, and the ones failing signature verification will be automatically discarded.
Non-persistent data storage and exchange for the current request, application wide default values can be set with "defaults" in Mojolicious.
It turns out there’s really not such a big magic involved, so let’s build our own custom email validator.
In it’s simplest form, a validator is really just a function that takes a accordinlgy, if necessary.
If you don’t know what it’s all about with template-driven and reactive forms, don’t worry, we have an articles about both topics here and here.
The supported built-in validators, at the time of writing this article, are: Observing these two to three different methods of creating a form, we might wonder how it is done that we can use the validator methods imperatively in our component code, and apply them as directives to input controls declaratively in our HTML code.
Mojolicious:: Controller is the base class for your Mojolicious controllers.Angular comes with a subset of built-in validators out of the box.We can apply them either declaratively as directives on elements in our DOM, in case we’re building a template-driven form, or imperatively using the APIs, in case we’re building a reactive forms. So when we refer to “Form Groups”, this is what we’re talking about from here on out.Before we can learn “how to do custom validation”, we must dive into the workings of the APIs first to see what’s happening and actually have some idea what’s going on, so let’s do that real quick.