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In React, there are primarily two sorts of form input:

  • component that is not under control.
  • component that can be controlled.

As it comes to handling forms, it's all about how you manage the data when it changes or is submitted. In HTML, form data is normally handled via the Document Object Model (DOM). Form data is often handled by components in React. All data is kept in the component state when it is handled by the components.

In React, there are two sorts of form input. We have two types of input: uncontrolled and controlled. In that they remember what you typed, the uncontrolled inputs are similar to standard HTML form inputs. To get the form values, we'll utilise ref.

React employs forms to allow users to interact with the web page in the same way that HTML does.

By making the React state the "one source of truth," we may merge the two. The React component that renders a form then has control over what happens in that form when the user enters data. A "controlled component" is an input form element whose value is managed by React in this way.

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