@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator

    1.2.5 • Public • Published

    npm version size

    Input validator

    Human-friendly and powerful data validator library for JavaScript

    Prerequisites

    This project requires NodeJS (version 8 or later) and NPM. Node and NPM are really easy to install. To make sure you have them available on your machine, try running the following command.

    $ npm -v && node -v
    6.4.1
    v8.16.0

    Getting Started

    These instructions will help you to install this package in your project to perform data validation.

    Installation

    BEFORE YOU INSTALL: please read the prerequisites

    Start with installation of package in your project:

    $ cd PROJECT
    $ npm i @saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator

    After successful installation of package you need to import package in your file: To import complete package in once

    $ import validator from '@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator';

    Or if you prefer using any particular function then:

    $ import { isAlphabet } from '@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator';

    Examples

    import validator from '@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator';
    
    let res = validator.isAlphabet('abc');//to verify string contains alphabet
    console.log(res); // it will print `true` as it contains alphabet
    
    validator.isStrongPassword('Qwert@!2313');//to check password strength

    Accessing only required function

    import { isValidEmail } from '@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator';
    isValidEmail('abc@gmail.com');//to test email is valid or not
    import { getValueFromObject, isKeyExistsNested } from '@saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator';
    const user = {
        name: "abc",
        email: "xyz@email.com",
        address: {
            state: "New york",
            country: "USA",
            phones: {
                primary: "+1234567890",
                secondary: "+0987654321"
            }
        }
    }
    getValueFromObject(user, ["address", "state"]);//to get value of `state` key inside `address` object
    getValueFromObject(user, ["address", "phones","primary"])////to get value of `primary` key inside `phone` object inside `address`
    
    isKeyExistsNested(user, "address", "phones","primary");// to check if key `primary` exists in this object or not

    Available methods

    • isEmptyArray: To check if array is empty or not
    • isString: To check if value is string or not
    • isNumeric: To check string is numeric type
    • isValidEmail: To check email is valid or not
    • isAlphabet: To check if string contain alphabet only
    • isAlphaNumericOnly: To check if string contains alphabet and numeric as well
    • isSpecialCharAlphaNumeric: To check if string contains alphabet with combination of number and special characters
    • isUndefined: To check if variable is undefined
    • isNull: To check if variable is null
    • isBoolean: To check if variable boolean
    • isArray: To check if variable is an array
    • sanitizeString: To get sanitized version of value
    • toInt: To parse in integer format
    • toFloat: To parse in floating point format
    • toDate: To parse in date type
    • isURL: To check if a URL is valid or not
    • isValidNumber: To check valid numnber
    • isValidLatLong: To check valid latitude and longitude points
    • isStrongPassword: To check string password complexity
    • isMediumPassword: To check medium password complexity
    • isDate: To check if a value is date
    • isObject: To check if a value is object
    • isKeyExists: To check if a particular key is exists in an object or not(not in nested object)
    • isKeyExistsNested: To check if a particular key is exists in an object or not(in nested object)
    • getValueFromObject: To get value of a key from a nested object

    Contributing

    Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

    1. Fork it!
    2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
    3. Add your changes: git add .
    4. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
    5. Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
    6. Submit a pull request 😎

    Credits

    All credit goes to me😎

    Built With

    • Love

    Versioning

    We use SemVer for versioning. For the versions available, see the tags on this repository.

    Authors

    Install

    npm i @saimulhasnain-dev/input-validator

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    11

    Version

    1.2.5

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    12.6 kB

    Total Files

    4

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • saimulhasnain-dev