A wrapper for the validator package that adds an error list
To install node-validator-errors, use npm:
$ npm install validator-errors
Please refer to node-validator for documentation on how to use the validator functions.
var validator =check = validatorchecksanitize = validatorsanitize;// Has an error;// No error;// Logs an array of errors to the console, in this case [ 'Invalid email' ]console;// Clears the errorsvalidator;// Logs an empty array to the console as we've just cleared the errorsconsole;// Has an error;// Logs an array of errors to the console, in this case [ 'Invalid email' ]console;// Logs an empty array to the console as we've just cleared the errorsconsole;
To use validator-errors, you need to require it in your file instead of node-validator (as validator-errors is a wrapper and includes node-validator). From that point, you call your validator methods as normal and then when you want to retrieve a list of errors, you call
.getErrors() on your validator-errors instance.
To clear the list of errors, you can call
.clearErrors() on your validator-errors instance. You can also do this upon retrieval by passing
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 Luke Bonaccorsi
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