Use contextual components to abstract away the details of complex forms

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Applications that manage data always have one thing in common: complicated forms.

Whether you're coding numerous validation states, writing your own custom form controls, or building a multi-step wizard, it can be hard to know how best to use Ember's primitives to reduce form boilerplate and organize your form's complexity.

In this series we'll build a form in Ember from scratch. We'll focus on how to build the right abstractions, making sure we hide away unnecessary details while not locking developers into bad abstractions. We'll also make sure that our forms support any complex data needs of your domain model.

By the end of the series you should feel comfortable using Ember's primitives, including contextual components and services, to build out complex application forms.