@alifd/field

Fields can be used to manage data when it comes to form data manipulation and validation. After being associated with a component, the form data can be automatically written back, read, and verified.

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Field


  • category: Components
  • family: DataEntry
  • chinese: 表单辅助工具
  • cols: 1
  • type: 表单

Development Guide

When to use

Fields can be used to manage data when it comes to form data manipulation and validation. After being associated with a component, the form data can be automatically written back, read, and verified.

Use caution

  • With Field init components, value onChange must be placed in init's third argument, otherwise it may be overridden by init.
  • Form has been deeply optimized with Field for data acquisition and automatic verification prompt. It is recommended to use Field in Form. Please check Form demo.
  • initValue The defaultValue of a similar component, which only takes effect when the component first renders (the ajax asynchronous invocation setting initValue may have missed the first render)
  • with parseName=true you could use getValues to get a struct value, but not work in getValue you still need pass complete key

basic use

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Field = new Field(this); // instance creation

    onClick = ()=>{
        Console.log(this.field.getValue('name'));
    }
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        // Note: initValue will only be assigned when the component is first initialized. If you are using an asynchronous assignment, use setValue
        Return <div>
            <Input {...init('name',{initValue:'first value'})} />
            <button onClick={this.onClick>Get Data</button>
        </div>
    }
}

update data

Event Updates

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Field = new Field(this);

    onClick = ()=>{
        this.field.setValue('name', 'newvalue'); // Assignment will automatically trigger render
    }
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        Return <div>
            <Input {...init('name')} />
            <button onClick={this.onClick}>Settings</button>
        </div>
    }
}

props update

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Field = new Field(this);

    // Set the data before the component is mounted (this can be replaced with initValue)
    componentWillMount() {
        this.field.setValue('name', 'init Name')
    }
    // Receive data from props
    componentWillReceiveProps(nextProps) {
        this.field.setValue('name', nextProps.name)
    }
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        Return <div>
            <Input {...init('name')} />
        </div>
    }
}

ajax update

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Field = new Field(this);

    onClick = ()=>{
        Ajax({
            Url:'/demo.json',
            Success:(json)=>{
                // Update of assignment in callback event
                this.field.setValue('name',json.name);
            }
        });
    }
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        Return <div>
            <Input {...init('name')} />
            <button onClick={this.onClick}>Settings</button>
        </div>
    }
}

onChange update monitoring

Two usages:
  1. Unified management

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Field = new Field(this,{
        onChange:(name, value) => {
          Switch(name) {
            Case 'name1':
              this.field.setValue('name2','value set by name1');
              Break;
            Case 'name2':
              this.field.setValue('name1','value set by name2');
              Break;
          }
        }
    });
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        Return <div>
          <Input {...init('name1')} />
          <Input {...init('name2')} />
        </div>
    }
}

  1. Individual management

Class Demo extends React.Component {
    Render() {
        Const init = this.field.init;

        Return <div>
          <Input {...init('name1',{
              Props:{
                onChange:(v)=>{
                  this.field.setValue('name2','value set by name1');
                }
              }
            })} />
          <Input {...init('name2',{
              Props:{
                onChange:(v)=>{
                  this.field.setValue('name1','value set by name2');
                }
              }
            })} />
        </div>
    }
}

For details, please check Demo Demo Associate Control

API

initialization

Let myfield = new Field(this [,options]);

|Parameter | Description | Type | Optional |Default | |-----------|------------------------------------------|------------|-------|--------| | this | The incoming call to this class | React.Component | must be set | | options | Some event configuration, detailed parameters are as follows | Object | Not required | |
options configuration item
| Parameters | Description | Type |Default | |-----------|------------------------------------------|-----------|--------| | onChange | all component changes will arrive here setValue won't trigger the function | Function(name,value) | | |parseName | Whether to translate name in init(name) (getValues ​​will convert a string with . to an object) | Boolean | false| |forceUpdate | Only the components of PureComponent are recommended to open this forced refresh function, which will cause performance problems (500 components as an example: the render will cost 700ms when it is turned on, and 400ms if it is turned off) | Boolean |false| | scrollToFirstError | scrolling field.validate scrolls to the first errored component, offsets if it is an integer | Boolean/Number |true| | autoUnmount | Automatically delete the Unmout element, if you want to keep the data can be set to false | Boolean |true| | autoValidate | Automatically validate while value changed | Boolean |true| | values | initial value| Object || | processErrorMessage | function to transform error objects on validation. Main usage is to add key prop to React component | Function(error) || | afterValidateRerender | function to perform any operations after components have rerendered to show validation results. | Function({errorGroup, options, instance}) - see afterValidateRerender for more information ||

API Interface

The api interface provided by the object after new (eg myfield.getValues()) (The api function starting with set should not be manipulated in render, which may trigger an infinite loop)
|Parameter | Description | Type | Optional |Default | |-----------|------------------------------------------|------------|-------|--------| |init | Initialize each component, Detailed Parameters below (#init))| Function(name:String, option:Object)| || | getValues ​​| Get the value of a group of input controls. If no parameters are passed, get the values ​​of all components | Function(names: String) | | getValue | get the value of a single input control | Function(name: String) | | setValues ​​| Sets the value of a set of input controls (triggers render, follow the use of react time) | Function(obj: Object) | | setValue | Sets the value of a single input control (triggers render, follow the use of react time) | Function(name: String, value) | | validateCallback | Validate and retrieve the values ​​of a set of input fields and Error. | Function(names: String, options: Object, callback: Function(errors, values)) | | | | validatePromise | Validate and retrieve the values ​​of a set of input fields and Error. Returns a promise| Function(names: String, options: Object, (optional) callback: Function(errors, values)) | | | |getError | Get Error of a Single Input Control | Function(name: String) | | | |getErrors | Get Errors of a Group of Input Controls | Function(name: String) | | | |setError | Set Error for a Single Input Control | Function(name: String, errors:String/ArrayString) | | | |setErrors | Set Errors of a Group of Input Controls | Function(obj: Object) | | | |reset | reset the value of a group of input controls, clear the checksum | Function(names: String)| || | resetToDefault | Resets the value of a group of input controls to the default | Function(names: String)| || |getState | Judge check status | Function(name: String)| 'error' 'success' 'loading' '' | '' | | getNames | Get the key of all components | Function()| || |remove | Delete the data of a certain control or a group of controls. After deletion, the validate/value associated with it will be cleared. | Function(name: String/String)| | spliceArray | delete data of name like name.{index} | Function(keyMatch: String, index: Number)| | |

init

init(name, options, props)

|Parameter | Description | Type | Optional |Default | |-----------|------------------------------------------|------------|-------|--------| | name | Required unique input control symbol | String | | options.valueName | attribute name of the component value, such as Checkbox is checked, Input is value | String | | 'value' | | options.initValue | The initial value of the component (the component will be read only when rendering for the first time, and later modifying this value is invalid), similar to defaultValue | any | | | |options.trigger | Name of the event that triggered the data change | String | | 'onChange' | | options.rules | Checksum Rules | Array/Object | | | | | options.getValueFormatter | custom way to get value from onChange event, Detailed usage see demo custom data get | Function(value, ...args) parameter order and components are exactly the same The | | | | | options.getValueFormatter | custom way to set value. Detailed usage see demo custom data get | Function(values) | | | | |props | Component-defined events can be written here | Object | | | | | autoValidate | Automatically validate while value changed | Boolean |true|
return
{id,value,onChange}

rules

{
    rules:[{ required: true }]
}

multiple rule
{
    rules:[{required:true,trigger:'onBlur'},{pattern:/abcd/,message:'match abcd'},{validator:(rule, value, callback)=>{callback('got error')}}]
}

|Parameter | Description | Type | Optional | |-----------|------------------------------------------|------------|-------|--------| | required | cannot be empty| Boolean | true | undefined/null/"/[] will trigger this rule) |pattern | check regular expression | regular | | | |minLength | Minimum string length / Minimum number of arrays | Number | | String/Number/Array | |maxLength | Maximum length of string / Maximum number of arrays | Number | | String/Number/Array | |length | string exact length / exact number of arrays | |number | | String/Number/Array | |min | Min | Number | | String/Number | |max | maximum | Number | | String/Number | | format | sum of common patterns | String | url, email, tel, number | String | | validator | Custom validation, (don't forget to execute callback() when validation is successful, otherwise validation will not return) | Function(rule,value,callback) | | trigger | Name of the event that triggered the check | String/Array | onChange/onBlur/... | onChange | | message | error message | String | | |

Custom Component Access to Field Standards

  • Supports controlled mode (value+onChange) Must
     - value control component data display      - onChange callback function when the component changes (the first parameter can be given to value)
  • One complete operation throws an onChange event
     For example, there is a process that indicates the status of the progress, it is recommended to increase the API onProcess; if there is a Start indicates the startup state, it is recommended to increase the API onStart
  • Clear data when value={undefined}, field's reset function will send undefined data to all components

componentWillReceiveProps(nextProps) {
    if ('value' in nextProps ) {
        this.setState({
           value: nextProps.value === undefined? []: nextProps.value   //  set value after clear
        })
    }
}

afterValidateRerender

afterValidateRerender receives an object with the following properties
|Parameter | Description | Type | |-----------|------------------------------------------|------------|-------|--------| | errorsGroup | Map of field elements with errors, indexed by name. Access the error by errorsGroup[field_name].errors | Object | | options | field's options property | Object | | instance | fields's instance property, which holds references to React components for the field items | Object |

Known Issues

  • Why doesn't the callback function enter the this.field.validate manually? A: Is it safe to define the validator method to ensure that the callback can be executed on any branch?