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props #

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The props listed on this page are the props that redux-form generates to give to your decorated form component. The props that you pass into your wrapped component are listed here.

If you are a strict PropTypes completionist, redux-form exports all of these propTypes, so you may import them, like so:


import { reduxForm, propTypes } from 'redux-form'

class SimpleForm extends React.Component {
  static propTypes = {
    ...propTypes
    // other props you might be using
  }
  // ...
}

anyTouched : boolean #

true if any of the fields have been marked as touched, false otherwise.

array : Object #

A set of pre-bound action creators for you to operate on array fields in your form.

array.insert(field:String, index:Number, value:Any) : Function #

Inserts a value into the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.move(field:String, from:Number, to:Number) : Function #

Moves a value at the given from index to the given to index in the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.pop(field:String) : Function #

Pops a value off of the end of a given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.push(field:String, value:Any) : Function #

Pushes the given value onto the end of the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.remove(field:String, index:Number) : Function #

Removes a value at the given index from the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.removeAll(field:String) : Function #

Removes all the values from the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.shift(field:String) : Function #

Shifts a value out of the beginning of the given array in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.splice(field:String, index:Number, removeNum:Number, value:Any) : Function #

Performs an Array.splice operation on the given array in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.swap(field:String, indexA:Number, indexB:Number) : Function #

Swaps two values at the given indexes of the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

array.unshift(field:String, value:Any) : Function #

Unshifts the given value into the beginning of the given array field in your form. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

asyncValidate : Function #

A function that may be called to initiate asynchronous validation if asynchronous validation is enabled.

asyncValidating : String | boolean #

This value will be either:

  • false - No asynchronous validation is currently happening
  • true - Asynchronous validation is currently running in preparation to submit a form
  • a string - The name of the field that just blurred to trigger asynchronous validation

autofill(field:String, value:any) : Function #

Sets the value and marks the field as autofilled in the Redux Store. This is useful when a field needs to be set programmatically, but in a way that lets the user know (via a styling change using the autofilled prop in Field) that it has been autofilled for them programmatically. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

blur(field:String, value:any) : Function #

Marks a field as blurred in the Redux store. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

change(field:String, value:any) : Function #

change(formSectionName:String, value:any) : Function #

Changes the value of a field or a whole FormSection in the Redux store. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing. You could get current field-value & form-values while value is a function, For example: change(field, (fieldValue, allValues) => {})

clearAsyncError(field:String) : Function #

Clear async error of a field in the Redux store. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

clearFields(keepTouched: boolean, persistentSubmitErrors: boolean, ...fields:String) #

Cleans fields values for all the fields passed in. Will reset to initialValue for each field if has any.
If the keepTouched parameter is true, the values of currently touched fields will be retained.
If the persistentSubmitErrors parameter is true, the values of currently submit errors fields will be retained

destroy() : Function #

Destroys the form state in the Redux store. By default, this will be called for you in componentWillUnmount(). This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

dirty : boolean #

true if the form data has changed from its initialized values. Opposite of pristine.

error : any #

A generic error for the entire form given by the _error key in the result from the synchronous validation function, the asynchronous validation, or the rejected promise from onSubmit.

form : String #

The form name that you gave to the reduxForm() decorator or the prop you passed in to your decorated form component.

handleSubmit(eventOrSubmit) : Function #

A function meant to be passed to <form onSubmit={handleSubmit}> or to <button onClick={handleSubmit}>. It will run validation, both sync and async, and, if the form is valid, it will call this.props.onSubmit(data) with the contents of the form data.

Optionally, you may also pass your onSubmit function to handleSubmit which will take the place of the onSubmit prop. For example: <form onSubmit={handleSubmit(this.save.bind(this))}>

If your onSubmit function returns a promise, the submitting property will be set to true until the promise has been resolved or rejected. If it is rejected with an object like new SubmissionError({ field1: 'error', field2: 'error' }) then the submission errors will be added to each field (to the error prop) just like async validation errors are. If there is an error that is not specific to any field, but applicable to the entire form, you may pass that as if it were the error for a field called _error, and it will be given as the error prop.

To recap, there are two ways to use handleSubmit:

1. pass it a function to call


;<button
  onClick={handleSubmit(data => {
    // do something with data. validation will have been called at this point,
    // so you know the data is valid
  })}
>
  Submit
</button>

2. pass in such a function as the onSubmit prop to your decorated component


;<MyDecoratedForm
  onSubmit={data => {
    // do something with data. validation will have been called at this point,
    // so you know the data is valid
  }}
/>

initialize(data:Object) : Function #

Initializes the form data to the given values. All dirty and pristine state will be determined by comparing the current data with these initialized values. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

initialized : boolean #

true the form has been initialized with initial values, false otherwise.

initialValues : Object #

The same initialValues object passed to reduxForm to initialize the form data.

invalid : boolean #

true if the form has validation errors. Opposite of valid.

pristine: boolean #

true if the form data is the same as its initialized values. Opposite of dirty.

reset() : Function #

Resets all the values in the form to the initialized state, making it pristine again. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

resetSection(...sections:String) : Function #

Resets all the values in the form sections to the initialized state, making it pristine again. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

submitFailed : boolean #

Starts as false. If onSubmit is called, and fails to submit for any reason, submitFailed will be set to true. A subsequent successful submit will set it back to false.

submitSucceeded : boolean #

Starts as false. If onSubmit is called, and succeed to submit , submitSucceeded will be set to true. A subsequent unsuccessful submit will set it back to false.

submitting : boolean #

Whether or not your form is currently submitting. This prop will only work if you have passed an onSubmit function that returns a promise. It will be true until the promise is resolved or rejected.

touch(...field:string) : Function #

Marks the given fields as "touched" to show errors. This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

untouch(...field:string) : Function #

Clears the "touched" flag for the given fields This is a bound action creator, so it returns nothing.

valid : boolean #

true if the form passes validation (has no validation errors). Opposite of invalid.

warning : any #

A generic warning for the entire form given by the _warning key in the result from the synchronous warning function.