@innotrade/enapso-args

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Enapso Smart Arguments Processor

You can either pass a single object as arguments or the arguments in the defined order.

Why to use the Enapso Smart Arguments Processor?

You avoid unexpected results due to wrong or missing arguments or due to wrong argument order. You can specify defaults for missing arguments and valdiate your arguments against a given schema.

Installation

npm i @innotrade/enapso-args --save

Usage

Initialization

const
    { EnapsoArguments } = require('@innotrade/enapso-args')
    ;

global.enargs = new EnapsoArguments();
global.enGetArgs = enargs.getArgs;

Arg Validation Schema

const
    schemaSingleStringArg = {
        args: [
            {
                "identifier": "text",
                "type": "string",
                "required": false,
                "default": "default value",
                "minLength": 0,
                "maxLength": 20
            }
        ]
    };

Argument Validation

function demoSingleStringArg(/*text*/) {
    let args = enGetArgs(arguments, schemaSingleStringArg, logValidationViolation);
    console.log('demoSingleStringArg: ' + args.text);
}

function demo() {
    demoSingleStringArg("Test");
    demoSingleStringArg(1);
    demoSingleStringArg(true);
    demoSingleStringArg();
}

Output

demoSingleStringArg: Test
Error: Argument 'text' must be of type 'string' but is of type 'number'. Value: 1
demoSingleStringArg: 1
Error: Argument 'text' must be of type 'string' but is of type 'boolean'. Value: true
demoSingleStringArg: true
demoSingleStringArg: default value

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