We'll take a step away from games and back to the real world for a relatively simple project where you'll get a chance to build and validate a form. For inspiration, go to Mint.com's signup form and see how it gives you error messages if you fail to enter the proper information.
Build a browser form like Mint.com's which collects Email, Email Confirmation, Country, Zip Code, Password and Passowrd Confirmation fields. It should use live inline validation to inform the user whether a field is properly filled in or not. That means highlighting a field red and providing a helpful error message until it has been filled in properly.
The form doesn't need to actually submit, but you should give an error message if the button is pushed with any active errors or unfilled required fields. If all is well and the form is "submitted", give the user a high five.
Do all this using jQuery's Validate plugin but then try it without any plugins to challenge yourself. See some of the readings for examples of setting up your own validators.
Submit a link below to the github repo with your files in it by using a pull request. See the section on Contributing for how. Please include your partner's github handle somewhere in the description if you had one and they would like attribution.
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