If you want to collect floating point numbers, use a non-integer for min or step.
This input type lets you collect a number (either integer or floating point). The exact value is not displayed to the user unless you use Java Script.
HTML5 defines a variety of new input types: sliders, number spinners, popup calendars, color choosers, autocompleting suggest boxes, and more.
The beauty of these elements is that you can use them now: for browsers that don't support a particular input type, there is automatic fallback to standard textfields.
There are two keys to understanding why the automatic fallback works consistently in all major browsers: (unless "foo" is a recognized input type or "bar" is a recognized attribute of the input element).
For each of the new input types, we present a high-level description, an overview of the syntax, a description of the main attributes, a summary of which current browsers support it, and an example you can experiment with in your browser.
For example, you may wish to require a given field only if another field has a greater value than 100.
Or, you may need two fields to have a given value only when another field is present.
To quickly accomplish this, add the Sometimes you may wish to add validation rules based on more complex conditional logic.If the validation rules pass, your code will keep executing normally; however, if validation fails, an exception will be thrown and the proper error response will automatically be sent back to the user.In the case of a traditional HTTP request, a redirect response will be generated, while a JSON response will be sent for AJAX requests. Again, if the validation fails, the proper response will automatically be generated.To conditionally add this requirement, we can use the Laravel provides a variety of helpful validation rules; however, you may wish to specify some of your own.One method of registering custom validation rules is using rule objects.If the validation passes, our controller will continue executing normally.