Painless React Forms with Formik
I’ve been with React since the start and one thing I always hated was how coding Forms and…
I think Form’s state doesn't need to be stored in a central store in 99.99% of the cases. So using redux to store the form-state is just an overhead.
I would strongly suggest everyone to look at FORMIK: https://jaredpalmer.com/formik
This library is quite elegant and the “bugs” are really less here, when you look at the redux-form’s repo. 🎃