Resources are used to define an object within <>. This is done by adding Form components to a Resource. Follow the same instructions for Forms when creating Resources. The Form components that are placed onto a Resource determine what the Resource object looks like.

The primary difference between Resources and Forms is that Resources can be embedded in other Resources and Forms while Forms cannot be.

Use Resources when you are creating a primary object that will be interacting within your system, such as a User, a Movie, or a Todo Item.

Dynamic Select Filtering

Often times users seek to inject a resource into a form via theSelect Component. Additionally, the need to filter values populated from the resource is often a project requirement. An in-depth guide on how to implementing this functionally can be found here.