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formik - Build forms in React, without the tears 😭

  •    TypeScript

By colocating all of the above in one place, Formik will keep things organized--making testing, refactoring, and reasoning about your forms a breeze.I (@jaredpalmer) wrote Formik while building a large internal administrative dashboard with @eonwhite. With around ~30 unique forms, it quickly became obvious that we could benefit by standardizing not just our input components but also the way in which data flowed through our forms.

busboy - A streaming parser for HTML form data for node.js

  •    Javascript

A node.js module for parsing incoming HTML form data.file(< string >fieldname, < ReadableStream >stream, < string >filename, < string >transferEncoding, < string >mimeType) - Emitted for each new file form field found. transferEncoding contains the 'Content-Transfer-Encoding' value for the file stream. mimeType contains the 'Content-Type' value for the file stream.




angular-formly - JavaScript powered forms for AngularJS

  •    Javascript

angular-formly is an AngularJS module which has a directive to help customize and render JavaScript/JSON configured forms. The formly-form directive and the formlyConfig service are very powerful and bring unmatched maintainability to your application's forms.From there, it's just JavaScript. Allowing for DRY, maintainable, reusable forms.

jquery-validation - jQuery Validation Plugin library sources

  •    Javascript

The jQuery Validation Plugin provides drop-in validation for your existing forms, while making all kinds of customizations to fit your application really easy.Include jQuery and the plugin on a page. Then select a form to validate and call the validate method.

AwesomeValidation - Android validation library which helps developer boil down the tedious work to three easy steps

  •    Java

Implement validation for Android within only 3 steps. Developers should focus on their awesome code, and let the library do the boilerplate. And what's more, this could help keep your layout file clean. It works perfectly with Fragment, but please pay attention to Fragment's lifecycle. You should set the validate() inside Fragment's onActivityCreated instead of onCreateView or any other early stage.

Eureka - Elegant iOS form builder in Swift

  •    Swift

Made with ❤️ by XMARTLABS. This is the re-creation of XLForm in Swift. For more information look at our blog post that introduces Eureka.


XLForm - XLForm is the most flexible and powerful iOS library to create dynamic table-view forms

  •    Objective-C

By XMARTLABS. XLForm is the most flexible and powerful iOS library to create dynamic table-view forms. The goal of the library is to get the same power of hand-made forms but spending 1/10 of the time.

SwiftForms - A small and lightweight library written in Swift that allows you to easily create forms

  •    Swift

SwiftForms is a powerful and extremely flexible library written in Swift that allows to create forms by just defining them in a couple of lines. It also provides the ability to customize cells appearance, use custom cells and define your own selector controllers. Creating a form using SwiftForms is pretty straightforward. All you need is to derive your controller from FormViewController and define a FormDescriptor instance along with its sections and rows. Here is an example of how to create a simple form to input an email and a user password.

tcomb-form - Forms library for react

  •    Javascript

tcomb-form is looking for maintainers. If you're interested in helping a great way to get started would just be to start weighing-in on GitHub issues, reviewing and testing some PRs. The tcomb library provides a concise but expressive way to define domain models in JavaScript.

tcomb-form-native - Forms library for react-native

  •    Javascript

tcomb-form-native is looking for maintainers. If you're interested in helping, a great way to get started would just be to start weighing-in on GitHub issues, reviewing and testing some PRs. The tcomb library provides a concise but expressive way to define domain models in JavaScript.

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.

react-redux-form - Create forms easily in React with Redux.

  •    Javascript

React Redux Form is a collection of reducer creators and action creators that make implementing even the most complex and custom forms with React and Redux simple and performant. That's all you need. Seriously. Read the Documentation for more information.

select-css - Cross-browser styles for consistent select element styling

  •    CSS

Cross-browser CSS for consistent select element styling. If you’re looking for the JS version of the select plugin, check out select.

react-form

  •    Javascript

React Form is a lightweight framework and utility for building powerful forms in React applications.

react-widgets - An à la carte set of polished, extensible, and accessible inputs built for React

  •    Javascript

An à la carte set of polished, extensible, and accessible form inputs built for React. The goal is to support IE9+, but it is difficult for me to test a wide variety of browsers so there is no guarantee it will work (patches welcome!).

surveyjs - JavaScript Survey and Form Library

  •    TypeScript

SurveyJS is a modern way to add surveys and forms to your website. It has versions for angular2+, jQuery, knockout, react and vue. SurveyJS is the most feature-rich Survey / Form Library available at the current moment. It can be easily customized and extended to suit your needs.

JVFloatLabeledTextField - UITextField subclass with floating labels - inspired by Matt D

  •    Objective-C

JVFloatLabeledTextField is the first implementation of a UX pattern that has come to be known the "Float Label Pattern". Due to space constraints on mobile devices, it is common to rely solely on placeholders as a means to label fields. This presents a UX problem, in that, once the user begins to fill out a form, no labels are present.