Build forms (with nested state and arrays) in React, without tears.

Each day more and more companies are adopting Formik to handle forms in their React and React Native applications. Our small yet mighty form helper has been downloaded over 200,000 times since July and is now adding ~20-30k more downloads each week. It’s also worth noting that a few of those installs came from teams at Airbnb, OpenTable, and Docker, so that’s pretty darn cool.

Today, I’m excited to announce the release Formik 0.11.0.

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Build forms in React, with a smile

Since its release in July, Formik has come a long way. It’s now the 2nd most starred form library for React on GitHub and 3rd most downloaded on NPM. Far more importantly, Formik is now used in production by a growing list of companies including Smyte, Capsule Health, and American Express.

Today I’m very excited to announce the next iteration of Formik (v0.9.0).

What follows is quick summary of the new features. For the full list, be sure to checkout the migration guide on GitHub.

If you have any issues with this release or need help, hit me up on…

Jared Palmer

Lead Engineer at The Palmer Group

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