@mapbox/frontend-util-validators

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@mapbox/frontend-util-validators

Validators that work nicely with @mapbox/react-form and @mapbox/react-control-* components.

Every validator is its own module inside @mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/, which you should import individually:

import validateRequired from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-required';

Installation

npm install @mapbox/frontend-util-validators

Usage

// Examples
import validateRequired from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-required';
import validateEmail from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-email';

The validator function signature is (value) => string, and the return value is an empty string if there is no error.

Some validator module are validator functions. But some are functions that return validator functions. This is necessary if the validator function varies from one case to another. For example, the validateRequired module takes an argument, a string describing the required value, and returns a validator function.

// How to use validateRequired
import validateRequired from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-required';

const validateRequiredEmail = validateRequired('email');
// ... set value variable ...
const validationError = validateRequiredEmail(value);

All validator function except the one returned by validateRequired return no error if the value is empty. They are intended to be used in tandem with validateRequired when the value is required.

Validators

validate-access-token

import validateAccessToken from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-access-token';

Validates that the value is a valid Mapbox access token.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-bearing

import validateBearing from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-bearing';

Validates that the value is a number between -180 and 180.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-date

import validateDate from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-date';

Validates that the value is a Date object.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-email

import validateEmail from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-email';

Validates that the value is an email address according to the following criteria:

  • Contains an @.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-latitude

import validateLatitude from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-latitude';

Validates that the value is a number between -90 and 90.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-longitude

import validateLongitude from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-longitude';

Validates that the value is a number between -180 and 180.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-number-between

validateNumberBetween(low: number, high: number): Validator

import validateNumberBetween from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-number-between';

const validateNumberBetween10and30 = validateNumberBetween(10, 30);
// ... set value variable ...
const validationError = validateNumberBetween10and30(value);

Validates that the value is a number within a specified range, higher than (and not equal to) low and lower than (and not equal to) high.

validate-number

import validateNumber from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-number';

Validates that the value is a number, or a string that can be coerced to a number.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-password

import validatePassword from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-password';

Validates that the value is a password according to the following criteria:

  • 8 or more characters.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-pitch

import validatePitch from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-pitch';

Validates that the value is a number between 0 and 60.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-required

validateRequired(partialMessage: ?string, fullMessage: ?string): Validator

You must provide either a partial or full error message to show the user. Typically, you can use a partial message. It will be plugged into the sentence Please enter a/an ${partialMessage}. Provide a full message if you need special language or face one of the situations where a computer might pick the wrong indefinite article, e.g. "Please enter an username".

import validateRequired from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-required';

const validateRequiredEmail = validateRequired('email');
// ... set value variable ...
const validationError = validateRequiredEmail(value);
// validationError will be "" or "Please enter an email.".

const validateRequiredUsername = validateRequired(null, 'Enter a username!');
// ... set value variable ...
const validationError = validateRequiredEmail(value);
// validationError will be "" or "Enter a username!".

Validates that the value is not empty. "Empty" values are "", undefined, and null.

validate-start-date-before-end-date

import validateStartDateBeforeEndDate from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-start-date-before-end-date';

Value must be an object with a date property (the "start date") and an endDate property. Validates that endDate is before date.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-style-uri

import validateStyleUri from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-style-uri';

Validates that the value is a Mapbox style URI according to the following criteria:

  • Looks like mapbox://styles/{something}/{something}.

Standard validator function signature.

validate-zoom

import validatePitch from '@mapbox/frontend-util-validators/dist/validate-zoom';

Validates that the value is a number between 0 and 22.

Standard validator function signature.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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