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redux-form - A Higher Order Component using react-redux to keep form state in a Redux store

  •    Javascript

redux-form works with React Redux to enable an html form in React to use Redux to store all of its state. You can play around with redux-form in these sandbox versions of the Examples.

final-form - 🏁 Framework agnostic, high performance, subscription-based form state management

  •    Javascript

In the interest of making 🏁 Final Form the best library it can be, we'd love your thoughts and feedback. Take a quick survey.

react-final-form - 🏁 High performance subscription-based form state management for React

  •    Javascript

In the interest of making 🏁 React Final Form the best library it can be, we'd love your thoughts and feedback. Take a quick survey.

h5Validate - An HTML5 form validation plugin for jQuery

  •    Javascript

I'm Eric Elliott, author of "Programming JavaScript Applications" (O'Reilly). A few years ago, I wrote this jQuery plugin that understands HTML5 forms and knows how to validate them, even in browsers that don't yet support HTML5.In browsers that do support HTML5, h5Validate adds some much-needed features, such as the ability to customize the user interface when an input fails validation.

vue-form - Form validation for Vue.js 2.2+

  •    Javascript

Available through npm as vue-form. Once installed you have access to four components (vue-form, validate, field, field-messages) for managing form state, validating form fields and displaying validation messages.

Idealforms - Ideal Forms is a small framework to build powerful and beautiful forms for the web.

  •    JQuery

Ideal Forms is the ultimate framework for building and validating responsive HTML5 forms. It is Fully responsive (AKA adaptive, adapts to the container, no css media queries needed), On the spot validation

formvalidator-swift - A framework to validate inputs of text fields and text views in a convenient way

  •    Swift

The FormValidatorSwift framework allows you to validate inputs of text fields and text views in a convenient way. It has been developed and used by iOS developers at ustwo. If you prefer not to use either of the aforementioned dependency managers, you can integrate FormValidatorSwift into your project manually.

formous - Simple and elegant form-handling for React - ABANDONWARE

  •    Javascript

Use the code snippet below as an example to help you get started right away. Formous is a higher-order component that you can use to wrap your component in order to supply it with field validation, error notifications, and form submission handling.

pwdcalc - Take no risk and help your users to choose good passwords!

  •    Ruby

Improve the user experience and security of your web application within just a few seconds by installing the pwdcalc gem. It extends your password fields with a strength bar and hint, enforcing a minimum complexity for security reasons. NOTE: It's required to wrap the control in pwdcalc-form-group.

redux-form-validator - An es6 middleware to validate controlled and uncontrolled inputs with react & redux

  •    Javascript

An es6 redux form validator middleware that helps you manage inputs. This middleware is not about keeping your global form state; it's about keeping your form validation state.If you are looking for a fully controlled input approach, you should head to redux-form.


  •    TypeScript

This project was generated with Angular CLI version 1.2.6. Run ng serve for a dev server. Navigate to http://localhost:4200/. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.

elm-form - Dynamic forms handling in Elm

  •    Elm

HTML live forms builders and validation for Elm. For when the classical "a message per field" doesn't work well for you, at the price of loosing some typesafety (field names are made of strings, see #97).

phrase - Clojure(Script) library for phrasing spec problems.

  •    Clojure

Clojure(Script) library for phrasing spec problems. Phrasing refers to converting to human readable messages. This library can be used in various scenarios but it's primary focus is on form validation. I talked about Form Validation with Clojure Spec in Feb 2017 and Phrase is the library based on this talk.

cxjs - CxJS - Advanced JavaScript UI framework for admin and dashboard applications with ready to use grid, form and chart components

  •    Javascript

CxJS, or simply Cx, is a feature-rich JavaScript framework for building complex web front-ends, such as BI tools, dashboards and admin apps. Modern frameworks such as React and Angular provide an excellent base for building UI components, however, component implementation and many other application aspects are left to the developer to figure out. CxJS tries to fill that gap and provide the all necessary ingredients required for modern web applications. CxJS Hacker News is a Progressive Web App focused on startup performance. The application is based on Preact and uses webpack plugins to enable preloading, inline CSS and JS, configure service workers and achieve other performance gains.

parametric - Declarative input schemas for Ruby apps.

  •    Ruby

Declaratively define data schemas in your Ruby objects, and use them to whitelist, validate or transform inputs to your programs. Useful for building self-documeting APIs, search or form objects. Or possibly as an alternative to Rails' strong parameters (it has no dependencies on Rails and can be used stand-alone).

form-validator - A simple, easy to use, no frills, form validator for Android

  •    Java

A simple, easy to use, no frills, form validator for Android. If you want to have multiple rules...

regula - Regula: An annotation-based form-validation framework in Javascript

  •    Javascript

Regula is small. It's around 220Kb un-compressed, and 64Kb minified. Regula also doesn't depend on any other external libraries, so you don't have any other dependencies. Not that different, right? Now how about other frameworks? While also useful, binding constraints to elements in other frameworks is somewhat verbose because all constraint-binding is done in Javascript. This has two problems: verbosity (as I mentioned earlier), and lack of context. Part of the appeal of HTML5 constraint validation is that one can immediately tell what restrictions apply to an input field simply by looking at the code. When using other validation-frameworks which rely solely on Javascript for constraint binding, you cannot easily identify the restrictions that apply to a specific element. If the constraints are defined in <script> tag (hopefully adjacent to the element), it's a little easier but if the constraints are defined in another file you need to go find that file first.

react-form-with-constraints - Simple form validation for React

  •    TypeScript

The required HTML5 attribute specifies that the user must fill in a value, type="email" checks that the entered text looks like an email address.

ThatValidator - Powerful and extensible javascript form validation that doesn't suck

  •    Javascript

Powerful and extensible javascript form validation that doesn't suck. Visit http://jondum.github.io/ThatValidator for a pretty thing to look at.