tTable.js actually begins as a simple FedEx Day project. But from the first lines of code I understand that this will be my next opensource project.
For now it's not ready even for 10%. It's only a little bit coded idea.
A little story
Everything starts with Google Visualization Tables. Few years ago one of my colleague decided that this is the best solution for tables in our web service. At that time maybe that was really great solution, but not now...
28.08.2013 01:35 AM - that was the v0.5 finish time.
tFromer.js finaly was updated with great improvements (but it is still in beta).
Have you ever tried to develop forms? Or wrote a script for the validation of these forms on the client side? Did you have to use the already existing plugins for form validation?
I had to, but I've never been 100% satisfied with any approach to neither solving the problem directly (own validation script for each project under its forms), nor how the existing third-party plugins works.
The main problems of own scripts and plug-ins have always been - the flexibility, convenience and simplicity.
A large number of data-attributes, required for configuration scripts (as in Parsley.js) makes the code less readable, and never remembers how to write them correctly. Not so simple ...
Not all plugins are well suited for the desired HTML-forms, and constantly write own scripts for different forms are not always convenient and reasonable.
Create something flexible, easily configurable, a fully controllable, with an intuitive syntax and the main idea - to validate.
The solution resulted in a small opensorce plugin, called tFormer.js.