Laravel 7.x Client Side Form Validation with jQuery Example

Hello Artisan

In this jQuery Laravel form validation tutorial, i will show you how we can validate our form before submit. For validation our form we will use jQuery validation library. We can use our own custom code to validate form in laravel using jQuery. But if we use library it makes easy and looks clean our code.

We always love add frontend jquery validation on registration page or product create page, because we don't require to request on server and then page refresh again and show to user. It would be great if you use jquery front end validation before submit to server. It will help to server load time and show you a quick errors on front side form.

For this clinet side Laravel jQuery form validation tutorial, i will simply create a form with name email and phone. I will validate those three form using Jquery library. I will use bootstrap jquery validate js for font-end validation in laravel 7 application. 

Preview:

laravel-jquery-form-validation

 

In this example, i will create simple form validation using jquery so, it can help to implement for your project. You need to just follow few step and you will get js validation.

Step 1: Install Laravel 7

First of all, we need to get fresh Laravel 7 version application using bellow command because we are going from scratch, So open your terminal OR command prompt and run bellow comman to complete Laravel 7 jQuery form validation.

 

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composer create-project --prefer-dist laravel/laravel blog

 

Step 2 :  Setup route

Now time to setup our route to create jquery form validation in laravel. to create route just paste the following code.

routes/web.php

Route::get('/', function () {
    return view('welcome');
});

 

Step 3 :  Create Blade File

 

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All are set to go. Now in the final step, we need to create welcome.blade.php file to show jQuery form validation error message. So create it.

resources/views/welcome.blade.php

 

Now you can check it by visiting the project root url.

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Hope it can help you to implement your site.