Recursive validation library with support for objects and lists
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|Version||0.9.12 last updated 2 months ago|
|Keywords||validation, recursive-validator, nested, validator, strict-types, web-framework, type-coercion, waterline, validate-parameters, sails.js, sails|
|Dependencies||validator, lodash, async|
This makes it really useful for things like:
- Form validation on the client or server
- Ensuring compliance with an API
- Ensuring that the proper arguments were passed into a function or command-line script
- Validating objects before storing them in a data store
- Normalizing polymorphic behaviors
(Built on top of the great work with https://github.com/chriso/node-validator)
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npm install anchor
Who Built This?
Anchor was developed by @mikermcneil and is supported by Balderdash Co (@balderdashy). Hopefully, it makes your life a little bit easier!
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright © 2012-2013 Mike McNeil
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