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validator.js-asserts

3.1.0 • Public • Published

validator.js-asserts

A set of extra asserts for validator.js.

Status

npm version build status

Installation

Install the package via npm:

$ npm install --save validator.js-asserts

Peer dependencies

Some asserts require manually installing some peer dependencies. Failing to do so will result in runtime errors, as packages are required dynamically.

Peer dependencies are not listed on package.json because npm 2 considers them mandatory peer dependencies and, therefore, always installs them, while npm 3 follows a more consensual approach of optional peer dependencies, not installing them by default but generating warning and confusing error messages instead.

You should pin these package's peer dependencies to the ranges listed on the optionalPeerDependencies key of this package's manifest.

Asserts

The following set of extra asserts are provided by this package:

AbaRoutingNumber

Tests if the value is a valid ABA Routing Number.

BankIdentifierCode (BIC)

Tests if the value is a valid Bank Identifier Code (BIC) as defined in the ISO-9362 standard.

BigNumber

Tests if the value is a valid BigNumber.

BigNumberEqualTo

Tests if a BigNumber is equal to a given value.

Arguments

  • value (required)

BigNumberGreaterThan

Tests if a BigNumber is greater than a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)

BigNumberGreaterThanOrEqualTo

Tests if a BigNumber is greater than or equal to a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)

BigNumberLessThan

Tests if a BigNumber is less than a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)

BigNumberLessThanOrEqualTo

Tests if a BigNumber is less than or equal to a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)

Boolean

Tests if the value is a boolean.

CreditCard

Tests if the value is a valid credit card number using the Luhn10 algorithm.

Date

Tests if the value is a valid date.

Arguments

  • format (optional) - the format in which the date must be in.

DateDiffGreaterThan

Tests if the difference between two dates is greater than a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)
  • options
    • absolute - whether the comparison should use the absolute value of the measured difference.
    • asFloat - whether to return the difference rounded down or as float.
    • fromDate - the date where the diff is measured with. If omitted, defaults to now.
    • unit - the unit of the difference measurement (years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds).

DateDiffLessThan

Tests if the difference between two dates is less than a given threshold.

Arguments

  • threshold (required)
  • options
    • absolute - whether the comparison should use the absolute value of the measured difference.
    • asFloat - whether to return the difference rounded down or as float.
    • fromDate - the date where the diff is measured with. If omitted, defaults to now.
    • unit - the unit of the difference measurement (years, months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds).

Email

Tests if the value is a valid email.

EqualKeys

Tests if the object has the exact given set of keys (missing or extra keys are not allowed).

Arguments

  • keys (optional) - the keys that the object being tested must equal. If none are defined, no keys will be allowed.

Hash

Tests if the value is a valid hash.

Arguments

  • algorithm (required) - the algorithm to test the hash for. Supported algorithms are sha1, sha256 and sha512.

Integer

Tests if the value is an integer.

InternationalBankAccountNumber (IBAN)

Tests if the value is a valid International Bank Account Number (IBAN) as defined in the 13616-1 standard.

Ip

Tests if the value is a valid ip (v4 or v6).

Iso3166Country

Tests if the value is a valid ISO-3166 country by alpha-3 code, alpha-2 code, short name or uppercase name. All officially-assigned, transitionally-assigned and user-assigned codes are considered valid.

Json

Tests if the value is valid json.

NotEmpty

Tests if the value is not an empty (empty object, empty array, empty string, etc).

NullOrString

Tests if the value is a null or string, optionally within some boundaries.

Arguments

  • boundaries (optional) - max and/or min boundaries to test the string for.

Phone

Tests if the phone is valid and optionally if it belongs to the given country. The phone can be in the national or E164 formats.

Arguments

  • countryCode (optional) - the ISO-3166 alpha-2 country code to test the phone validity in.

PlainObject

Tests if the value is a plain object.

TaxpayerIdentificationNumber

Tests if the value is a valid Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) as defined by the U.S. IRS.

UkModulusChecking

Tests if the given accountNumber and sortCode represent a valid Faster Payment Account.

Uri

Tests if the value is a valid uri which must contain at least a protocol and a hostname.

Arguments

  • constraints (optional) - additional uri parts to test for (e.g. { is: 'domain', protocol: 'https' }).

UsSubdivision

Tests if the value is a valid US subdivision or not. By default, codes in the short ("alpha2", e.g. CA) or full form (e.g. US-CA) are allowed. All US subdivisions categories are supported: districts (1), states (50) and outlying territories (6).

Arguments

  • alpha2Only (optional) - whether to restrict validation to the "alpha2" short code form only.
  • categories (optional) - a list of categories to restrict code validation to (e.g. ['states', 'outlying']).

UsZipCode

Tests if the value is a valid US zip code.

Uuid

Tests if the value is a valid uuid.

Arguments

  • version (optional) - the version to test the uuid for. Supported version are 3, 4 and 5. Defaults to test for all three if omitted.

Usage

The following is an example for the extra ip assert:

const Validator = require('validator.js').Validator;
const is = require('validator.js').Assert.extend(require('validator.js-asserts'));
const validator = new Validator();
 
// Validate ip `1.3.3.7`.
let violation = validator.validate('1.3.3.7', is.ip());
 
if (true === violation) {
  console.log('"1.3.3.7" is a valid IP'); // => "1.3.3.7" is a valid IP
}
 
// Validate ip `foo`.
violation = validator.validate('foo', is.ip());
 
if (true !== violation) {
  console.log('"foo" is not a valid IP. Violation:', violation[0].show());
  // => "foo" is not a valid IP. Violation: { assert: 'Ip', value: 'foo' }
}

Tests

$ npm test

Release

npm version [<newversion> | major | minor | patch] -m "Release %s"

License

MIT

Install

npm i validator.js-asserts

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