The UI framework supports validating components before sending the metadata to Flow for more complex validation. This can be useful for reducing latency on mobile devices, bandwidth constrained clients, or if you want to implement custom validation e.g. an input that accepts a certain format.
Currently, the client side validation rules will only check if required components have a selected value. For a component to be considered invalid, it will need to satisfy the following rules:
isRequiredis set to
contentValueis null or an empty string
objectDatais null or an empty array
- Creating a custom component
- Overriding a default component
- Custom style for components
- The three states of custom components
- Enabling client side validation
- Custom validation of components
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