Hey you guys!
Has anyone tried to connect JSON Forms with ASP.NET Core Application? I am basically checking if this would be feasible.
I am trying to develop website which allows me to quickly develop a form, submit data to SQL Database and perform other CRUD operations. I also want to render the current data from DB in the data table but this is separate task.
I am mostly interested in how to use Web API and how to submit these forms. I am quite new to this so was looking for some basic example to expand my knowledge in this field but the only thing I could find are materials on JSON Forms itself rather than how to set it to submit data to DB. Has anyone tried this and perhaps got some repository I could check?
[original thread by Paul de Champignon]
onChange handler or the redux state (depending on which JSON Forms variant you want to use) and handle it as you would any other data in your application.
[Paul de Champignon]
Thanks Stefan for quick answer. I have also noticed that there’s angular version of JSON forms: GitHub - eclipsesource/jsonforms-angular-material-playground: Playground for integrating JSONForms with Angular Material. I am not that familiar with React and Angular would be a better choice for me but I can see in all of your materials/presentation you focused on React version of forms. Would you recommend however using this given the impression that main effort is directed towards React version?
The React renderer set is the main priority at the moment. That said, we also plan to support Angular for the foreseeable future. Whether React or Angular is the better fit for your project depends heavily on your requirements.
I am also interested in using JSON Forms without the nodejs server.
I would look for guides which enable you to run React on ASP.NET. Once you have that in place, adding additional libraries on top should not be too hard.