Links tagged: forms
Form Input Bindings — Vue.js
You can use the v-model directive to create two-way data bindings on form input, textarea, and select elements. It automatically picks the correct way to update the element based on the input type. Although a bit magical, v-model is essentially syntax sugar for updating data on user input events, plus special care for some edge cases.
June 18th 2019
An imperative guide to forms in Vue.js
Something almost all web apps have in common is the fact that they need to get input from users, validate it, and act on it. Learning to…
June 18th 2019
Autofill: What web devs should know, but don’t - Cloud Four
Many people know that you can scan your credit card in Mobile Safari. But how many web developers know how to create a form that supports that feature?
April 5th 2019
Boilerform is a little HTML and CSS boilerplate to take the pain away from working with forms.By providing baseline BEM structured CSS and appropriate attributes on elements: Boilerform gives you a head start building forms in the best possible way with a view to being dropped into most projects.
April 1st 2019
Overview · Formik
Let's face it, forms are really verbose in React. To make matters worse, most form helpers do wayyyy too much magic and often have a significant performance cost associated with them.
February 14th 2019
Disabled buttons suck - Axess Lab
Showing buttons as disabled until a form is complete might seem like a good idea. It is not. They usually create a lousy user experience and exclude many people with disabilities. Here’s why disabled buttons suck and what to do instead.
July 18th 2017
Inline validation is problematic – Simple = Human – Medium
Inline validation informs users whether what they type is valid as they type. The theory is that it’s easier to fix errors as soon as they occur instead of waiting until submission. The thing is, inline validation causes several problems:
July 17th 2017