This is a neat little script that demonstrates two things:
There is a rare need for this type of functionality but I have found myself in a couple of situations where I needed it. Here is a quick demo of a button click that is simulated from another event handler. In this case, the button click is invoked by checking a checkbox.
Are you looking for a simple way to verify a form that you have? The example below demonstrates some of the common techniques used in verifying a form. Test out the form by leaving at least one of the fields blank before you submit the form.
Not all forms are meant to be static. Sometimes, you want to allow the users to add certain parts of the form as they need them. Here is a nice example of dynamically adding inputs to your form as users need them. In addition, an input limit has been implemented in the script and it is set to 3.