Hi! Thanks for sharing. That's a nice article, but there is a huge difference her :) The article is about a single case of validating a user registration form with a custom validation check. While I suggest a common form component that can be used for all types of forms regardless of the inputs and the validation is done with the already existing and awesome HTML5 input validation ;)
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