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Handy wrapper around revalidator and simple validation schemas serve method (more not needed to put revalidator and validation schemas in ./public).

It also performs data types conversions (for example, if you specified some field as 'integer' in your schema and pass object with string '123' in it, after validation passed object will contain number '123' instead of string in that field). It works with arrays too.

You can install rerevalidator through npm:

npm install rerevalidator

You should feel free to improve that documentation (so for sources) and suggest me a pull request.


You can access wrapper through:


This object has fields:

  • filters - is an object, which stores entity filters in format: {entityName{string}: revalidatorSchema{object}};
  • validate(entity, entry) - function, which performs validation of entry object with specified schema (entity may be schema name, early specified in filters or schema object), returns result of standard revalidator's validate() call;
  • types – object, which stores types constructors in format: {typeName{string}: typeConstructor{function}};
  • types.add(name, description) - method, which adds new types, name should be string, description may be object (in revalidator format) or function (type constructor); if you pass an object to this function, new construct will accept only two optional arguments: opt_required{boolean} and opt_conform{Function}.

default types

 * @param {number|undefined} minimum 
 * @param {number|undefined} maximum 
 * @param {boolean=} opt_required 
 * @param {Function=} opt_conform 
types.Integer(minimum, maximum, opt_required, opt_conform);
 * @param {number|undefined} minimum 
 * @param {number|undefined} maximum 
 * @param {boolean=} opt_required 
 * @param {Function=} opt_conform 
types.Number(minimum, maximum, opt_required, opt_conform);
 * @param {number|undefined} length 
 * @param {boolean=} required 
 * @param {Function=} conform 
types.String(length, opt_required, opt_conform);
 * @param {Array} values 
 * @param {boolean=} required 
 * @param {Function=} conform 
types.Enum(values, opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Timestamp(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Text(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Boolean(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Email(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.PhoneNumber(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.ObjectId(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.DBRef(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Lat(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Lon(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.Point(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.GeoPointCoordinate(opt_required, opt_conform);
types.GeoPoint(opt_required, opt_conform);


If you needed to use same rerevalidator schemes on client you may simply serve rerevalidator and schemes to client by calling:

require('rerevalidator').serve(pathToSchemesScript, server);

After, it may be accessed via '/rerevalidator/minified.js' url.

You should manually implement check, where you schemes script is executed (in browser or by node), you may do this by calling typeof(window) – look in revalidator or rerevalidator sources for example.

In browser you can access rerevalidator as Validator object.

Server is any node.js http server.

After you should manually call server.listen to start it.

For more detailed documentation use sources.


npm i rerevalidator

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