hello, there is an example on how to use jsonforms with vanilla js ?
Is it possible to implement a "map" control, ie. an object where the keys are unknown, but the values are of a specific type? With Json schema it would look like this, for a map with integer values:
How to send the Multipart -Data in JSON Forms
I have one text file i need to send that text file in jsonFormService how it is possible..I have created Custom FileUpload component ..once i read the file i need to send that file using jsonFormsAngularService.updateCore()
Modeling enumns with different value for "label" and "option"
I was looking the way to model an enum where the visible label is different than the underlying value.
I found the following issue #990 with this PR #1591 …
Modifiying jsonformsData after onChange
i am trying to modify the jsonformsData which will be controlled by the onChange Action.
I defined the schema and uischema properly, and those i am using to build an array. …
"Required" field can be empty, with no validation error (undefined is not the…
When I declare a field to be required, I want the user to enter a non-empty value. If the user clicks the "X" icon at the right of the field to clear it, the form fails validation (and the property in my data object is undefined). But if the user deletes all of the characters in…
Hi! Did anyone had any experience of building the schema from a form builder?
For example, I'm thinking about using Symfony's form component
Web-Component or Vanilla JS Binding
I'm currently evaluating form libraries and stumbled across jsonforms. I like the architecture with the separation of the bindings and the renderer sets.
The renderer set is a good match as we must use web component based ui components provided by my company. …
Handling submition using the standalone (non-redux) react version
I'm struggling to find how I can get (and submit) the data of my rendered form, it appears that no such information is in the tutorials.
Hi, I'm a svelte user. Are there any plans of supporting this ui framework natively? My impression is that from the Vue version a port could be done without too much effort.