A guide about creating declarative forms in React Native using react-hook-form by building credit card form example.

This story is originally published on my blog: https://bilir.me/blog/react-native-form-management-tutorial

Forms are pretty common in all kinds of apps. That’s why developers are often trying to simplify the process of building forms. I’ve built some custom solutions before, also used all the popular form management libraries so far. I think react-hook-form is the best one in terms of developer experience and customization.

It’s pretty straightforward to use it on the web. You simply create your HTML input elements and register them. But it’s a little harder with React Native. So I’ll try describing each step I took to be able to…

Halil Bilir

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