Currently, the validation logic is outside of the components.
This is because even if a specific validation case is common, our experience in this field had shown us that each use case usually has a small difference that will need modification. Also, we try not to separate cases, like common or uncommon as for the different projects a specific case can be very common compared to others.
We follow the React best practices for reusable components and we allow easier integration with them. For example, if you need a specific email validation that will be commonly used in the application, a single component can be made that implements this as can be used across the application.
Then later when a change is needed, instead of making that change to our built-in prop in all components that uses it, a change will be needed only in the custom validation component.
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