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    redux-form-async-validator

    1.0.1 • Public • Published

    redux-form-async-validator


    redux-form-async-validator aims to provide an easy way to perform asynchronous validation on multiple redux-form fields.

    Installation

    npm: npm install redux-form-async-validator --save

    yarn: yarn add redux-form-async-validator

    Usage

    See below for an example usage:

    import { composeAsyncValidator } from 'redux-form-async-validator';
     
    const asyncValidateUsername = /* Some validator */
    const asyncValidateEmail = /* Some validator */
     
    export default reduxForm({
      form: 'some-form',
      asyncValidate: composeAsyncValidator({
        username: [asyncValidateUsername, 'Username is not available'],
        email: [asyncValidateEmail, 'Email is not available']
      }),
      asyncChangeFields: ['email', 'username']
    })(YourFormComponent);

    API

    composeAsyncValidator (validatorObj: object) -> (asyncValidator: function)

    Parameters

    validatorObj: object (required): An object in which each key corresponds to a field name and each value is an array containing an asynchronous validator function and the error message should the validation fail. All validator functions must return a Promise - a resolved promise to indicate successful validation or a rejected promise to indicate a failed validation.

    Return

    asyncValidator: function: The resulting validator function uses the provided validatorObj to ensure that the correct validator function runs whenever an async field changes. This resulting asyncValidator function will be invoked everytime any fields listed in the asyncChangeFields prop changes (See the redux-form docs for more info).

    Install

    npm i redux-form-async-validator

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    11

    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    6.33 kB

    Total Files

    4

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    Collaborators

    • sajadtorkamani