end/line — Week 9 Journal

1 Leave a comment on paragraph 1 0 Last week was our first official beta test. Most of the feedback was related to the front-end, but the back-end did get some criticism for the XML validation script. Going in, I already knew that it wasn’t going to be adequate for real TEI validation. And that’s exactly what the beta testers wanted.

2 Leave a comment on paragraph 2 0 Creating my validation script was easy enough, but adding in TEI is probably not something I can do in just a couple of weeks. With some input from others a few weeks ago, I was pointed in the direction of a few already existent JavaScript modules for XML validation that could be coupled with a TEI schema. My goal for the next few weeks will be getting that to work. I’m pretty confident that I can get it done, but if I can’t, my original script is there to fall back on.

3 Leave a comment on paragraph 3 0 However, in the meantime, I’ve been working on continuing the back-end development in other areas. I’ve implemented the password change feature and started the work of adding an email validation module that will validate email addresses upon registering. I added a field to the users database table and set up the proper redirects for a non-valid user. Next is actually creating the email and testing that out on new users.

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