The latter then only takes care of showing visually to the user what is happening.
When there are on Change events triggered from the form, i update the same form Data event. @Kilian I ended up using the solution you suggested, with a validate method that returns an empty array.
The new value comes from a different part of the application and rather than deconstructing the form id and updating that value in form Data and then updating the form, this seemed simpler.
Settings the value works fine, but the form's on Change isn't triggered.
I would like a more elegant solution than having to store form data outside of the form and be able to programmatically set the form data, but this will work for now.
The goal for this post is to get a better understanding of how to build forms in React.
To follow along with this tutorial, you will need some knowledge of HTML and
Let’s add a validation method that forces our users to be polite when sending messages: Vue-validate was also built with localisation in mind.
But before we see some actual implementations let’s try to better understand why this topic might seem complex in a React context.
Hopefully this write-up showed how even more complicated requirements can be tackled in React.
Now that two-way binding exists, we can use the value of anywhere in our application, as it will be the updated value of the text input.
We can add a section to view all the properties of our form object: If you’re following along properly, you should have the same result as the fiddle below.
I was worried that this would negate the form validations I wanted to keep, but it does not.