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I'am building a website (craftcms 3.4+) where I'll need frontend entry editing. Therefore I'll need the fieldlayout of an entry. This is what I'll have:

{% for tab in entry.fieldLayout.tabs %}
        <div class="form__row">
            <h3>{{ tab.name }}</h3>
        </div>
        {% for field in tab.getFields() %}
            <div class="form__row">
                {% if field.type == 'plainText' %}
                    <label for="etg">{{ field.name }}</label>
                    <input type="text" name="fields[{{ field.handle }}]" value="{{ attribute(entry, field.handle)}}">
                {% endif %}
            </div>
        {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

The problem of this is that field.type not excist. I'll need that because of the different field types I'm using. How I'll get the th

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You can use the instance of test (docs)

{% if field is instance of ('craft\\fields\\PlainText') %}

or use className (docs).

{% if field.className == 'craft\\fields\\PlainText' %}

In full:

{% for tab in entry.fieldLayout.tabs %}
    <div class="form__row">
        <h3>{{ tab.name }}</h3>
    </div>
    {% for field in tab.getFields() %}
        <div class="form__row">
            {% if field is instance of ('craft\\fields\\PlainText') %}
                <label for="etg">{{ field.name }}</label>
                <input type="text" name="fields[{{ field.handle }}]" value="{{ attribute(entry, field.handle)}}">
            {% endif %}
        </div>
    {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}

You can see all native Craft field types here.

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