A checkbox group can be used when there are multiple checkbox options available. If a single option is needed, consider a checkbox. When a user is restricted to choosing one option from many options available, consider using a radio group.
npm install @nib-components/checkbox-group
As a form input, @nib-components/form-control must wrap this component to provide an accessible label, help text, and validation styling.
import CheckboxGroup from '@nib-components/checkbox-group';
<CheckboxGroup/> is wrapped in a
<FormControl/>, all FormControl props such as
disabled will be passed down to this component. This includes the
label which will align with the
for attribute on the
All props passed directly to
<CheckboxGroup/> will be applied to the underlying
<input> as attributes.
|object||An object, with the key mapping to the checkbox value, and the value mapping to the checkbox label.|
|array||An array of selected values.|
|string or React component||The component used to render a checkbox.|
When only one selection is required, consider using the Radio Group component.
Checkboxes are used when there are lists of options and the user may select any number of choices, including zero, one, or several. In other words, each checkbox is independent of all other checkboxes in the list, so checking one box doesn’t uncheck the others. If a user must select exactly one choice, consider Radio Group.
All input fields need to have a label and the label is linked to the form field using the id attribute. Note that the name attribute is also important for radio buttons and checkboxes to maintain the groupings. The inputs should have tab indexing in sequential order.