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There are a lot of designs/applications using same approach: Example 1 Example 2 Don't you think your first column is too empty? You can simplify the layout a bit combining both ideas (tree & switch) and use only one tree or simplified accordion. Simplified tree Accordion Finally, there is a way to make this approach a bit more flexible: ...


The answer is to validate in each tier so that you always ensure data integrity. This protects you against the scenario where any of the prior tier validations were skipped. I can't stand when developers build methods that assume the data has already be validated. Let's take the following scenario where your tiers are: Client Server Service Database ...


IS there any benefit on having both client side and server side (ajax) form validations? From a UX perspective, the benefit is that it's faster for the user.

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