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    Froid Froid

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    Changelog (latest relevant releases)

    v1.2.2

    • Added check after

    v1.2.0

    • Breaking change: renamed children to fields
    • Added requireOne check to specify alternatives

    v1.1.3

    • Added depends check

    About

    Be careful using my stuff: I'm an amateur.

    Froid is a sanity checker, just like Freud, but more French: "Froid" is the pronunciation of "Freud" written as if it was an Italian word, but it also happens to be a French word that has an entirely different meaning. I have no idea why I'm writing this.

    Sanity in theory

    The sanity of an object (from now on loony) is defined in object form. It has one field for every field the loony has, named exactly the same.

    Assuming that all of loony's fields are supposed to hold a simple value such as a constructed object (Date, Function, MyCrazyClass, etc.), an Array, a String or a Number, the value of each of sanity's fields is a test object.

    tests have a field for each check the test needs to perform; the value of each check defines what is valid and/or what isn't.

    As for the fields loony may have that are not constructed objects, meaning they are object literals, the corresponding fields in sanity will not hold a test object; they will hold an identical object literal instead. loonys object literals are treated as other loonies, and their corresponding part of sanity will be treated as their sanity check.

    froid checks the loony's fields according to the tests. If something is wrong, it produces a moderately helpful message such as "'type' must be one of ['one', 'two'], got 'three' instead". Finally, all of the error messages are concatenated and returned.

    If the loony passes all of the tests, froid simply leaves his house, returning a sad null.

    At the moment froid can perform a rather limited number of checks. I add new ones as needed.

    Sanity in practice

    In the following example a couple of silly loonies have forgotten part or all of their address. Froid quickly reprimands them. Notice how Joe's appreciation of pickles is completely ignored - Froid can't be distracted easily.

    var froid = require('froid');
     
    var sanity = {
        address: { mandatory: true, type: String }
    };
     
    var loonieJoe = {
        pickles: 'tasty'
    };
     
    console.log(froid(sanity, loonieJoe));
    // => "address" is mandatory, got undefined instead
     
    var loonieMark = {
        address: 5
    };
     
    console.log(froid(sanity, loonieMark));
    // => "address" must be a String, got Number instead

    High-functioning psychos Brad and Colin may know how to fake, but they are still no match for Froid's recursive inspection:

    var froid = require('froid');
     
    var sanity = {
        address: {
            mandatory: true,
            fields: {
                road: { type: String, mandatory: true },
                number: { type: Number, greaterThan: 0, mandatory: true },
                city: { type: String, mandatory: true }
            }
        }
    };
     
    var loonieBrad = {
        address: 'somewhere'
    };
     
    console.log(froid(sanity, loonieBrad));
    // => "address" must be a Object, got String instead
     
     
    var loonieColin = {
        address: {
            road: 5,
            number: 'Bedlam Avenue'
        }
    };
     
    console.log(froid(sanity, loonieColin));
    // => (in a single unbroken string)
    // => "address.road" must be a String, got Number instead;
    // => "address.number" must be a Number, got String instead;
    // => "address.number" must be greater than 0, got Bedlam Avenue instead;
    // => "address.city" is mandatory, got undefined instead

    As you can see from the messages about address.number, if a field violates more than one sanity rule Froid will report all of the failures rather than stop at the first one. This may help you fix all of the problems at once before testing again. It doesn't happen in the first case, when the entire address object Froid is supposed to check is missing; in that case he simply calls you an idiot and leaves.

    Sometimes people are perfectly sane:

    var froid = require('froid');
     
    var sanity = {
        everything: String
    };
     
    var coolGuy = {
        everything: 'OK'
    };
     
    console.log(froid(sanity, coolGuy));
    // => null

    Checks currently supported

    I'll add a bit to this section every day until I've documented everything. If you're reading this on NPM, come check this readme on github, where I can update it without releasing a new version after every change.

    Have fun!

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    npm i froid

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    1.3.3

    License

    GPL-2.0

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