# Forms

When it comes to form validation, Vuetify has a multitude of integrations and baked in functionality. Want to use a 3rd party validation plugin? Out of the box you can use Vee-validate and vuelidate.

# Usage

The internal v-form component makes it easy to add validation to form inputs. All input components have a rules prop which accepts a mixed array of types function, boolean and string. These allow you to specify conditions in which the input is valid or invalid. Whenever the value of an input is changed, each function in the array will receive the new value and each array element will be evaluated. If a function or array element returns false or a string, validation has failed and the string value will be presented as an error message.


# Examples

# Props

# Rules

Rules allow you to apply custom validation on all form components. These are validated sequentially and will display a maximum of 1 error at a time, so make sure you order your rules accordingly.

# Misc

# Validation with submit & clear

The v-form component has three functions that can be accessed by setting a ref on the component. A ref allows us to access internal methods on a component, for example, <v-form ref="form">. this.$refs.form.validate() will validate all inputs and return if they are all valid or not. this.$refs.form.reset() will clear all inputs and reset their validation errors. this.$refs.form.resetValidation() will only reset input validation and not alter their state.

# Vee-validate

vee-validate is a template Based Validation Framework for Vue.js. Documentation

# Vuelidate

vuelidate is a simple, lightweight model-based validation for Vue.js. Documentation

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