I found some similar questions, but not related to the form while it's processing. Basically what I want to know is whether or not it's necessary to disable form inputs while it's sending it to the server on a web/mobile application.
For example, the user is creating his account and fill the form with his name, e-mail, etc. and then press the button "submit".
At this point, should I disable the inputs to prevent user to edit this information?
I don't know if it's worth the effort to do this, or if it will even have a positive impact on the UX. Currently what I do is to disable just the submit button. It changes it's state to have a loader, indicating it's processing and the click functionality is disabled as well, but only on the submit button.
How should I handle this situation while the form is processing?