Wern Ancheta
Mar 9, 2022 ⋅ 15 min read

React form validation solutions: An ultimate roundup

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6 Replies to "React form validation solutions: An ultimate roundup"

  1. Yeah, I just tried out `use-form-state` on a project and was pretty happy with it as a lighter-weight solution. Obviously not as full-featured as the other libs, but if you’re looking for something that’s small, removes the need to define a bunch of `onChange` handlers, and has good TS support, definitely try it out.

  2. The recurring problem I see with any those libraries is that:

    – you need to learn how to use it
    – your Js bundle gets heavier
    – the code complexity grows
    – it gets more difficult to maintain over the time, especially when you have longer forms

    I think we can implement form validation/submission just using HTML5 features – no library needed:

    What do you guys think?

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