Let's take a look at some of the common patterns when working with forms.
Pattern – dynamic form generation
Problem: Adding form fields dynamically or changing form fields from what has been declared.
Solution: Add or change fields during initialization of the form.
Forms are usually defined in a declarative style with form fields listed as class fields. However, sometimes we do not know the number or type of these fields in advance. This calls for the form to be dynamically generated. This pattern is sometimes called Dynamic Forms or Runtime form generation.
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