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JS type check (TypeScript supported) functions like `isPlainObject() isArray()` etc. A simple & small integration.

published 5.0.2 a month ago
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Utilities to get and check variable types (isString, isPlainObject, isRegExp, etc)

published 9.3.0 7 months ago
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Check your types at runtime with ESNext syntax by meta programing in node.js and browser with interfaces, strict object and more.

published 1.3.3 17 days ago
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Static typechecker and interpreter for Jitterbit Script

published 1.0.14 4 months ago
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Relationship type checker functions for Typescript types.

published 1.3.1 4 months ago
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Check your types at runtime with ESNext syntax by meta programing in node.js and browser with interfaces, strict object and more.

published 0.9.32 2 years ago
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Utility that allows to check that an object validates a predefined contract

published 1.2.0 2 years ago
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Static analysis and compiler framework for TypeScript types

published 2.0.0-next.3 2 years ago
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Keep your typescript version synchronized with a patched version that exposes internal definitions and some private methods for type checking.

published 1.1.1 2 years ago
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Simple, Lightweight type checking of multiple arguments

published 1.0.2 6 years ago
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Relationship type checker functions for Typescript types.

published 1.0.7 4 years ago
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A tiny type checker

published 0.0.5 4 years ago
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Minimalist JS data type checking utility.

published 2.0.0-alpha.0 3 years ago
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Throws Error when data fails to meet params.

published 3.9.0 a year ago
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Cure for being paranoia about parameters which are coming in every single wrong way to our functions.

published 0.3.2 5 years ago
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Small utility to check variable types

published 1.0.3 9 years ago
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dead simple type checker based on .constructor.name

published 0.0.78 3 years ago
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Utilities library for type checking and other useful things. Already more than 35 functions. Each function returns false or true, that's it. Perfect for front and back ends.

published 1.1.0 3 years ago
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