Building a Reactive Form with Sprig is made up of the following videos:
|1||Introduction to SprigForm||Ben introduces the form he'll build in the course: a multi-step form for submitting new entries to Craft.||03:18|
|2||Creating a Simple Form||Before building the full form, Ben shares the basic concepts through a simple, reactive form.||13:42|
|3||Building the Form Steps||We start by building the form steps that allow the submitter to navigate the different parts of the form and show progress.||13:23|
|4||Building a Field with Element Search||The Job Title field searches existing entries so you can see other similar jobs already submitted to Craft.||17:51|
|5||Building Conditional Fields||Some of the fields in the form only appear if other fields have specific selections. Watch as Ben builds these conditional fields in the reactive form.||07:23|
|6||Building a Multi-Row Table Field||The Required Skills section of the form is a multi-row table field. Here's how to build it with Sprig.||12:09|
|7||Form Types and Validation||Ben walks through how to handle form validation in the multi-step form.||09:44|
Andrew and Ryan answer your questions and show how the embed tag in Twig works.
How to create custom Twig filters and functions in Craft CMS.
Follow along with Sprig developer Ben Croker and build a multi-step reactive form with Craft CMS and Sprig.
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Ben Croker joins Ryan to show how his Sprig plugin makes it easy to add reactivity right in Twig. No JS needed.
How to use the Null Coalescing Operator to simplify conditionals in Twig and Craft CMS.