* [Getting started](#getting-started) * [Roadmap](#roadmap) * [API](#api) * [Custom styles](#custom-styles) * [Custom themes](#custom-themes) * [Exports](#exports) * [Contributors](#contributors) * [Development](#development)

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import dotgovZFormbuilder from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@dotgov/z_formbuilder';


Angular6 formbuilder - Form Builder


Library is under active development and may have breaking changes until stable 2.0.0 release or subsequent major versions after 2.0.0.

Getting started

Step 1: Install formbuilder


npm install --save @dotgov/formbuilder

Step 2: Import the component module

Consider that every DotGov Module including FormBuilder must be imported next/in same context as DGSCoreModule.

import { DGSCoreModule, DGSEnvironment } from '@dotgov/z_core';
import { FormBuilderModule } from '@dotgov/formbuilder';

const dgsEnvironment: DGSEnvironment = {
  debug: environment.debug,
  apiUrl: environment.apiUrl,
  defaultLanguage: {
    Name: 'English',
    Code: 'en',
    Icon: 'fa fa-globe',
  languages: [{
      Name: 'English',
      Code: 'en',
      Icon: 'fa fa-globe',
  lowerCaseTranslates: true,

  declarations: [AppComponent],
  imports: [
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
export class AppModule {}

Step 3: Include assets

To load assets like themes and pdf viewer its ncessary to include assets. IF you're using the Angular CLI, you can add this to your angular-cli.json. Note: Path to formbuilder bundle must set relative to basepath inside angular-cli.json.

"apps": {
    "assets": [
          "glob": "**/*",
          "input": "../node_modules/@dotgov/formbuilder/assets/",
          "output": "./assets/"

Step 3: Include a theme

For now library doesn't allow you to use a custom theme, but i will be avalaible soon. Keep in touch with us.



Input Type Default Required Description
task Task - yes Initial process object
templateList boolean false no List of available templates.
activeTable boolean false no Active table.
availableModels boolean false no All available models


Output Type Description
(reset) FVDoneResponse Fired when user click reset button.
(save) boolean Fired when use click save button.

Also you may communicate with FVNotificationService. Example:

import { FVNotificationService, FVNotification } from '@dotgov/formbuilder';

  selector: 'app-component',
  templateUrl: './app.component.html',
  styleUrls: ['./app.component.less'],
export class AppComponent {
    private fvNotification: FVNotificationService,
  ) {
    this.fvNotification.subscription((notify: FVNotification) => {
      const allowedTypes = ['error', 'info', 'success', 'warning'];
      if (allowedTypes.indexOf(notify.type) !== -1) {
        this.handleNotification[notify.type](notify.message, notify.title);


Contributor Name Contributor Page
Grigore Meleca grigoreme


Setup build path

Open ng-package.json and setup dest to location where you want your build to go. (example: ../myProject/node_modules/@dotgov/formbuilder)


npm run build

For more information read docs/developer_guide.md


Use CI/CD for that. Or just run npm run old_school_release, of course if you have permissions ;)