DOMValidators go public
Its a little late, and I should have done this a very long time ago, but I have finally made the DOMValidator control set a public, open source project on GotDotNet for other to join and contribute to. Its is available here (http://www.gotdotnet.com/codegallery/codegallery.aspx?id=2c7a6f50-e57b-4606-91a2-ad35bdda6ab7) or http://codegallery.gotdotnet.com/domvalidators - its all the same place.
For those who dont know what the DOMValidators are, they are a set of validator controls that target the .Net V1.0/V1.1 framework. The mimic the functionality of the supplied validators except that they work in almost all browsers with support for DHTML. If they dont immediately work in a browsers, they can be made to by addition of uplevel browser detection statements within the web.config (<browsercaps> section).
I have received an incredible amount of emails from people submitting fixes for various bugs, people asking general questions about them, and a whole range of things. I kind of thought interest in them would have waned once ASP.NET V2.0 was released because of the improved validator support in that, howsever just the opposite seems to have occurred. I am seeing more interest than ever.
As a result of that, I can simply not keep up with the amount of suggested fixes, feature enhancements so I decided to make em public. Hopefully they will continue to be valuable for those who need them.
I would like to send a big thank you to all who have submitted bugs, fixes, and features over the period of their development. Your assistance has been greatly appreciated.