React forms based on json schema for form generation and validation. This is a port of the angular schema form project using material-ui for the underlying components.

While you are trying the demo forms, you can update the schema and form in the json editor to see the instant re-rendered form. This is a way to build form interactively.


If you don't have babel-cli installed globally, please do it first.

sudo npm install -g babel-cli

Clone the project and run

npm install
npm start

Then open localhost:8080 in a browser.


npm install react-schema-form --save

There is one added on component react-schema-form-rc-select for multiple select and dynamically loading dropdown from server. To install it.

npm install react-schema-form-rc-select --save


var { SchemaForm } = require('react-schema-form');

<SchemaForm schema={this.state.schema} form={this.state.form} model={this.props.model} onModelChange={this.props.onModelChange} />

// for example:
_onChange: function() {
        schema: FormStore.getForm('com.networknt.light.example').schema,
        form: FormStore.getForm('com.networknt.light.example').form


There are some simple forms in the demo to show how each fields to be rendered.
For more real world exmaples, please check Light Framework Forms

There are still some angular schema form in this folder and migration is in progress.

If you are interested in how these forms are utilized in the framework, please take a look at a react component Form.jsx

Basically, All forms in this folder will be loaded to an Graph Database and UI is rendered by formId and form model will be validated on the browser as well as
backend APIs.

Form format

React-schema-form implements the form format as defined by the json-schema-form standard.

The documentation for that format is located at the json-schema-form wiki.


react-schema-form provides most fields including FieldSet and Array and they might cover most use cases; however, you might have requirement that needs something that is not built in. In this case, you
can implement your own field and inject it into the generic mapper for the builder to leverage your component. By passing a mapper as a props to the SchemaForm, you can replace built in component with
yours or you can define a brand new type and provide your component to render it.

react-schema-form-rc-select is an example to provide multiple select to the react schema form.

import RcSelect from 'react-schema-form-rc-select/lib/RcSelect';

        var mapper = {
            "rc-select": RcSelect

        var schemaForm = '';
        if (this.state.form.length > 0) {
            schemaForm = (
                <SchemaForm schema={this.state.schema} form={this.state.form} model={this.state.model} onModelChange={this.onModelChange} mapper={mapper} />