@restless/sanitizers
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Restless - Sanitizers

Functional data validation.

Installation

npm install @restless/sanitizers
yarn add @restless/sanitizers

Api

cast

Accepts a value and applies a sanitizer to it resulting in returning the sanitized value or throwing a TypeError. The third optional parameter is the custom error message, with which cast will be thrown.

cast('123', asNumber) // 123
cast('foo', asNumber) // TypeError
cast('foo', asNumber, 'My custom message') // throws error with custom message

castOr

Accepts a value and applies a sanitizer to it resulting in returning the sanitized value or the default value. Also works when values have different types.

castOr('123', asNumber, null) // 123
castOr('foo', asNumber, null) // null

asString

Accepts any value that is a string. Returns a string.

asString('asd', 'path') // Result.ok('asd')
asString(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'string', path: 'path'}])

asNumber

Accepts any value that is a number or a string that represents a number. Returns a number.

asNumber(123, 'path') // Result.ok(123)
asNumber('0.2', 'path') // Result.ok(0.2)
asNumber('boo', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path'}])
asNumber({}, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path'}])

asInteger

Same as asNumber, but does not accept floating point values.

asInteger('123', 'path') // Result.ok(123)
asInteger(0.2, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'integer', path: 'path'}])
asInteger('boo', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'integer', path: 'path'}])
asInteger({}, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'integer', path: 'path'}])

asBoolean

Accepts any value that is a number or a string that represents a boolean ("true" or "false"). Returns a number.

asBoolean(true, 'path') // Result.ok(true)
asBoolean('false', 'path') // Result.ok(false)
asBoolean('boo', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'boolean', path: 'path'}])
asBoolean(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'boolean', path: 'path'}])

asMatching

This higher-order sanitizer accepts values that are strings matching the regex provided as an argument. You can pass a custom message to it.

const sanitizer = asMatching(/aaa/, 'custom message')

sanitizer('aaa', 'path') // Result.ok('aaa')
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'custom message', path: 'path'}])
sanitizer('b', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'custom message', path: 'path'}])

asObject

This higher-order sanitizer requires a schema in the form of an object. Values of the schema are sanitizers used to sanitize the values of the input. Returns an object with keys and values matching the schema.

const sanitizer = asObject({ foo: asNumber, bar: asString })

sanitizer({ foo: 1, bar: 'a' }, 'path') // Result.ok({ foo: 1, bar: 'a' })
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'object', path: 'path'}])
sanitizer({}, 'path')
// Result.error([
//   {expected: 'number', path: 'path.foo'},
//   {expected: 'string', path: 'path.bar'}
// ])
sanitizer({ foo: true, bar: 'a' , 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path.foo'}])

asArray

This higher-order sanitizer accepts any value that is an array of items that are sanitized through the sanitizer passed as argument.

const sanitizer = asArray(asNumber)

sanitizer([123, '45'], 'path') // Result.ok([123, 45])
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'array', path: 'path'}])
sanitizer([123, 'foo'], 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path[0]'}])

asOptional

This higher-order sanitizer accepts undefined or null or any value that is sanitized through the sanitizer passed as argument.

const sanitizer = asOptional(asString)

sanitizer('abcdef', 'path') // Result.ok('abcdef')
sanitizer(null, 'path') // Result.ok(undefined)
sanitizer(undefined, 'path') // Result.ok(undefined)
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'string', path: 'path'}])

asExactly

This higher-order sanitizer accepts only exactly the same values as the reference provided. Values are compared using the triple-equals operator (===). Works with strings, numbers, booleans, null, and undefined.

const sanitizer = asExactly('foo')

sanitizer('foo', 'path') // Result.ok('foo')
sanitizer('bar', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'exactly "foo"', path: 'path'}])

asChecked

This higher-order sanitizer accepts any value that is sanitized through the sanitizer passed as argument and satisfies the predicate passed as the second argument. A third argument that specifies an optional expected message can be provided

const sanitizer = asChecked(asString, x => x.length > 3)

sanitizer('abcdef', 'path') // Result.ok('abcdef')
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'string', path: 'path'}])
sanitizer('a', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'custom logic', path: 'path'}])
const sanitizer = asChecked(asString, x => x.length > 3, 'string longer than 3')
sanitizer('a', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'string longer than 3', path: 'path'}])

It also works with type guards in the same way as Array.filter:

const asFoo: Sanitizer<'foo'> = asChecked(asString, (x): x is 'foo' => x === 'foo')

asMapped

This higher-order sanitizer accepts any value that is sanitized through the sanitizer passed as argument. That value is then transformed using the provided function.

const sanitizer = asMapped(asNumber, x => x > 1)

sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.ok(true)
sanitizer(0, 'path') // Result.ok(false)
sanitizer('a', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path'}])

asFlatMapped

This higher-order sanitizer accepts any value that is sanitized through the sanitizer passed as argument. That value is then transformed using the provided function that can return Result a new value or an error.

const sanitizer = asFlatMapped(asNumber, (value, path) => x > 1
  ? Result.ok(value)
  : Result.error([{ path, expected: 'number > 1' }])
)

sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.ok(123)
sanitizer(0, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number > 1', path: 'path'}])
sanitizer('a', 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'number', path: 'path'}])

asAnyOf

This higher-order sanitizer accepts any value that is successfully sanitized through any of the sanitizers passed as an array argument. In case of multiple passing sanitizers, first one is used. A second argument specifies expected message.

const sanitizer = asAnyOf([asNumber, asString], 'a string or a number')

sanitizer('abcdef', 'path') // Result.ok('abcdef')
sanitizer('123', 'path') // Result.ok(123)
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.ok(123)
sanitizer({}, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'a string or a number', path: 'path'}])

withErrorMessage

This higher-order sanitizer will act just like the sanitizer passed as an argument, but will change the error value to contain a different expected message.

const sanitizer = withErrorMessage(asString, 'bla bla')

sanitizer('abcdef', 'path') // Result.ok('abcdef')
sanitizer(123, 'path') // Result.error([{expected: 'bla bla', path: 'path'}])

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