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An adapter between Redux Form and Material UI components





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redux-form-material-ui is a set of wrappers to facilitate the use of material-uibeta components with redux-form.

Latest version is supported by only for material-ui beta.

Live Demo :eyes:


Using npm:

  $ npm install --save [email protected]

Using yarn:

  $ yarn add [email protected]

Available Components


Rather than import your component class from material-ui, import it from redux-form-material-ui and then pass the component class directly to the component prop of Field.

import { reduxForm, Field } from 'redux-form'
import MenuItem from '@material-ui/core/MenuItem'
import Radio from '@material-ui/core/RadioButton'
import {
} from 'redux-form-material-ui'

class MyForm extends Component {
  render() {
    return (
        <Field name="username" component={TextField} placeholder="Street"/>

        <Field name="plan" component={Select} placeholder="Select a plan">
          <MenuItem value="monthly">Monthly</MenuItem>
          <MenuItem value="yearly">Yearly</MenuItem>
          <MenuItem value="lifetime">Lifetime</MenuItem>

        <FormControlLabel control={<Field name="agreeToTerms" component={Checkbox} /> } label="Agree to terms?" />

      <FormControlLabel control={<Field name="receiveEmails" component={Switch} /> } label="Please spam me!" />

        <Field name="bestFramework" component={RadioGroup}>
          <Radio value="react" label="React"/>
          <Radio value="angular" label="Angular"/>
          <Radio value="ember" label="Ember"/>

// Decorate with redux-form
MyForm = reduxForm({
  form: 'myForm'

export default MyForm

No Default Values

Because of the strict "controlled component" nature of redux-form, some of the Material UI functionality related to defaulting of values has been disabled e.g. defaultValue, defaultDate, defaultTime, defaultToggled, defaultChecked, etc. If you need a field to be initialized to a certain state, you should use the initialValues API of redux-form.

Instance API


Returns a reference to the Material UI component that has been rendered. This is useful for calling instance methods on the Material UI components. For example, if you wanted to focus on the username element when your form mounts, you could do:

componentWillMount() {
  this.refs.firstField      // the Field
    .getRenderedComponent() // on Field, returns ReduxFormMaterialUITextField
    .getRenderedComponent() // on ReduxFormMaterialUITextField, returns TextField
    .focus()                // on TextField

as long as you specified a ref and withRef on your Field component.

render() {
  return (
      <Field name="username" component={TextField} withRef ref="firstField"/>