mongoose-validate

Additional Validation functions for your mongoose schema.

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Mongoose Validate

Additional Validation functions for your mongoose schema.

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Installation

Works with Mongoose 3.3.x

$ npm install git://github.com/RGBboy/mongoose-validate.git

Usage

Mongoose Validate has been written to be used directly when declaring a Mongoose Schema:

var validate = require('mongoose-validate')
  , mongoose = require('mongoose')
  , Schema = mongoose.Schema
  , NewSchema;

NewSchema = new Schema({
  email: { type: String, required: true, validate: [validate.email, 'invalid email address'] }
});

.email

Validates an email.

.alpha

Validates any alpha character (a-z, A-Z).

.alphanumeric

Validates any alphanumeric character (a-z, A-Z, 0-9).

.numeric

Validates any numeric character (0-9).

.postalCode

Validates a postal code. The validation accepts any alphanumeric string with a single hyphen or space that is at least 3 characters in length and no more than 10 characters in length. The valid postal code format was found at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postal_code

Validates a permalink. The validation accepts any lowercase alphanumeric characters and hyphens.

To Do

  • Write tests;
  • Add other validation;
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