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Fastest Validator Decorators

Decorators for fastest-validator

Example usage

import {
  Schema,
  Array,
  Nested,
  UUID,
  Enum,
  Email,
  Number,
  getSchema,
  validate,
  validateOrReject
} from "fastest-validator-decorators";

@Schema(true)
class Entity1 {
  @Array({ items: "string"})
  prop1: string[];
}

@Schema()
class Entity2 {
  @UUID()
  prop1: string;

  @Enum({ values : ["one", "two"] })
  prop2: "one" | "two";

  @Email()
  prop3: string;

  @Number({ positive: true })
  prop4: number;

  @Nested()
  prop5: Entity1;
}

const schema = getSchema(Entity2); // get the fastest-validator schema
{
  $$strict: false,
  prop1: { type: "uuid" },
  prop2: { type: "enum", values: ["one", "two"] },
  prop3: { type: "email" },
  prop4: { type: "number", positive: true, convert: true },
  prop5: { type: "object", strict: true, props: {
    prop1: { type: "array", items: "string" }
  }}
}

const entity = new Entity2();
entity.prop1 = "thiswillfail";
entity.prop2 = "one";
entity.prop3 = "some@email.com";
entity.prop4 = -10;
entity.prop5 = new Entity1();

const result = validate(entity); // returns true or fastest-validator errors
const result = await validateOrReject(entity); // returns true or throws fastest-validator errors

The SchemaBase utility class reduces the verbosity of instantiating new objects by calling Object.assign in the constructor and provides a validate() method.

@Schema()
const Entity extends SchemaBase {
  @Email()
  email: string;
}

const entity = new Entity({ email: 'some@email.com' });
const result = entity.validate();

Setup

Install the package

npm install --save fastest-validator-decorators

Add the following to your tsconfig.json

"experimentalDecorators": true
"emitDecoratorMetadata": true

Available decorators

All decorators accept an object of options that apply to the type being used, for a full list of options please refer to the fastest-validator documentation.

@Schema(strict=false, messages={}) - Schema decorator.

@Field({}) - Generic decorator, no default properties set. Will apply all options to the schema.

@String({}) - Applies { type: "string", empty: false }

@Boolean({}) - Applies { type: "boolean" }

@Number({}) - Applies { type: "number", convert: true }

@UUID({}) - Applies { type: "uuid" }

@ObjectId({}) - Applies { type: "string", pattern: /^[a-f\d]{24}$/i }

@Email({}) - Applies { type: "email" }

@Date({}) - Applies { type: "date" }

@Enum({}) - Applies { type: "enum" }

@Array({}) - Applies { type: "array" }

@Nested({}) - Applies { type: "object", props: {} } (The props are gathered from the nested schema)

Available methods

getSchema() - Returns the fastest-validator schema for a given class

validate() - Returns true or fastest-validator errors for a given instance

validateOrReject() - Returns true or throws fastest-validator errors for a given instance

License

Licensed under the MIT license.

Install

npm i fastest-validator-decorators

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