Please download the premade validation script from here.
Since discovering Moment.js, an open source project, I’ve used it religiously to simplify validation, parsing and manipulation of dates on the client-side.
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Dates in forms are inserted in two different ways, the first uses a text field where user type data following different patterns (in this tutorial we assume that dates are in dd-mm-yyyy format); the second uses instead pulldown menus.
The first solution is more simple to carry out, but is subject to more errors by users (for example inserting invalid characters or more frequent typing dates in a format different from the one that have been planned).
For instance, “2015-02-30” is not a valid date but the Date instance would still be created.
The date will however be adjust to point to the next logical date and in this case, our Date will be set as “2015-03-02”.
In this tutorial, I’ll help you get up and running with this ultra-useful Java Script date library.