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Data Driven Form logo

Data Driven Forms is a React library used for rendering and managing forms with a lot of provided features based on React Final Form.

Why to use Data Driven Forms?

  • All forms shared the same functionality!
  • Components are controlled in one place!
  • You can easily migrate to different sets of components!
  • All functionality is provided (see below!)

🎉 Features 🎉

  • Easily readable schema, you don't need to know any HTML or JS to be able to write your own form schemas!
  • You can use your own components or use one of our provided mappers (PatternFly 3, PatternFly 4 or Material-UI!)
  • Form state managing out-of-the-box (including error states!)
  • Fully customizable (you can use your own buttons, actions, etc.)!
  • Conditional fields!
  • Custom field validation with basic set included!
  • Datatype validation!
  • Cross-field validation!
  • Asynchronous validation supported!
  • Supporting Wizard forms!
  • Supporting Final Form Field Array!
  • ... and a lot more!

📖 For more information please visit the documentation. 📖

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Table of Contents


You neet to add React Form Renderer

React Form Renderer

$ npm install @data-driven-forms/react-form-renderer -S
$ yarn add @data-driven-forms/react-form-renderer

Optionally you can install one of provided mappers:

PatternFly 3 Mapper

$ npm install @data-driven-forms/pf3-component-mapper -S
$ yarn add @data-driven-forms/pf3-component-mapper

PatternFly 4 Mapper

$ npm install @data-driven-forms/pf4-component-mapper -S
$ yarn add @data-driven-forms/pf4-component-mapper

Material-UI Mapper

$ npm install @data-driven-forms/mui-component-mapper -S
$ yarn add @data-driven-forms/mui-component-mapper


For using Data Driven Forms in your component you need the renderer and a component mapper, which provides formFields components and layoutFields components.

import React from 'react';
import FormRenderer, { componentTypes } from '@data-driven-forms/react-form-renderer';
import { formFieldsMapper, layoutMapper } from '@data-driven-forms/pf4-component-mapper';

const schema = {
  fields: [{
    component: componentTypes.TEXT_FIELD,
    name: 'name',
    label: 'Your name'

const Form = () => (

Basic provided components

Data Driven Forms supports all kinds of component, basic set is consisted of:

  • Text input
  • Text area
  • Checkbox (Multiple checkboxes)
  • Select (dropdown)
  • Switch
  • Radio buttons
  • Date picker
  • Time picker
  • Tabs
  • Sub-form
  • Wizard


Please use our documentation site. In case of any problem, you can access documentation files directly in GitHub:

Useful links

Development setup

Data Driven Forms is a monorepo which uses Lerna, so you can use all its commands as well.

  1. Install
yarn install
  1. Build
yarn build
  1. Run a package

Each package has a small playground package/demo, where you can test your changes.

cd packages/pf3-component-mapper
yarn start
  1. How to clean?
rm yarn.lock
yarn lerna clean # will delete all node_modules

All packages are linked together by default, so if you run a yarn build in a package, all other packages are updated to the latest version of that package.


Tests needed to be run from the core folder.

yarn test

yarn test packages/pf3-component-mapper


Data Driven Forms uses Semantic Release


[type]([package]): message

fix(pf3): title accepts node


  • feat: a new feature, will trigger new _.X._ release
  • fix: a fix, will trigger new _._.X release


  • Please describe which package is being changed pf3, renderer, ...

Please, do not use Semantic Release, if you update only the demo.

All packages are releasing together and they share the version number.

Changes to documentation

If your changes influence API or add new features, you should describe these new options in the demo repository. Thanks!


We welcome any community contribution. Don't be afraid to report bug or to create issues and pull-requests! 🏆


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