I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that your app has at least one form in it, likely more than one.
So, how do you manage those forms? Throw the data into component state or redux (yuck) and then submit it when you're done?
Where does validation fit in?
You get the point - there's more to a "simple form" than meets the eye. And when you've done it once you've got to do it again for another form.
It's repetitive and ad-hoc APIs rarely end up easy to understand.
These challenges are amplified when you're building larger forms.
That's why I use Formik + Yup to build all of my forms now. It:
It does everything I need it to. I've worked with numerous consulting clients to convert their forms over to Formik + Yup and we saw
I’m Spencer Carli. I'm a developer, cat dad, and devout pizza lover.
I’ve been using React Native full-time since it was first open sourced by Facebook in 2015. I’ve built multiple apps, reached over 1.1 million developers through my React Native tutorials, taught thousands through my online courses, and trained teams of developers to effectively use React Native.
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