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The solution consist of 2 parts:
1. There is a new View Helper to create an Ajax-enabled form.
In addition the form itself listens to submission result events and (by default) marks input elements if they are invalid.
a) detects whether the request was received from Ajax.
b) if true, will not render the view, but instead will output with the input validation information, if either.
Well, the development is not really over yet, but what I originally wanted to say is I’ve just realized how I miss writing good old JS. 🙂