formsy-react-components - A set of React JS components for use in a formsy-react form

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formsy-react-components is a selection of React components that render form elements for use in a formsy-react form. The components render markup to be quickly included in a Bootstrap 3 form. This includes a

https://github.com/twisty/formsy-react-components

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classnames : ^2.2.5
lodash.debounce : ^4.0.6
prop-types : ^15.5.10

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