Yomi Eluwande
Jan 1, 2021 ⋅ 8 min read

A complete guide to forms in Vue.js

Yomi Eluwande JavaScript developer. Wannabe designer and Chief Procrastinator at Selar.co and worklogs.co.

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8 Replies to "A complete guide to forms in Vue.js"

  1. Very helpful, especially how to dynamically bind data in stuff. That way if the option list is large (i.e.countries) we can use external file and stop cluttering our page. Thanks

  2. Hi, great article that covers many of the pain points related to building forms with Vue. There’s a lot of manual work required to bind and get reactivity from each type of element you need to work with.

    I’m a core maintainer of Vue Formulate (https://vueformulate.com/) which released a substantial 2.0 update in March including exhaustive documentation for developers looking to implement it in their own projects. I’d be happy to help you put together any code examples using Vue Formulate if you’d be interested in writing about it. I honestly think it represents a substantial quality of life improvement for developers who have the need to write forms with Vue.

    1. Hi Andrew, thanks for sharing. Congrats on the release, the docs look great. Would you be interested in writing a post on your updates? Let me know — mangelosanto[at]logrocket[dot]com

  3. Matt, most certainly, I’ll reach out via email to coordinate. We’re about to release version 2.3 which comes with some substantial new goodies such as full scoped slots support, grouped (and repeatable) fields, and more — So now would be a great time to do a write-up about it.

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