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Changelog

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Released

3.0.1 (19 Jan 2019)

  • Added support for bracket syntax while accessing nested objects

t('someObject.firstArray[0].secondArray[0].complexObject["@id"]').isDefined is now possible.

3.0.0 (9 Dec 2018)

  • Schema Validation
    • Typy can validate if an object matches a specific type schema
  • Custom Types
    • Custom type validators can be added to Typy

This version introduces BREAKING changes (for node.js imports only). Make sure you update your code accordingly.

Before v3.0.0, t function was imported as

const t = require('typy');

From v3.0.0, t function should be imported as

const { t } = require('typy');

Note: Breaking changes apply only for node.js CommonJS style require statements. This version affect ES6 style imports.

2.0.1 (7 Mar 2018)

  • Fix: Nested arrays with length > 10 will work like a charm now

2.0.0 (4 Mar 2018)

  • Package minified with >60% compression
  • New getters added
    • safeNumber returns the value if input is Number or returns 0
    • safeBoolean returns the value if input is Boolean or returns false
    • safeFunction returns the function if input is function or returns an empty function () => {}

1.4.3 (6 Feb 2018)

  • Added support for use in TypeScript codebases

1.4.0 (6 Feb 2018)

  • Two new getters are available in Typy
    • safeObject returns the value from a nested object path without throwing
    • safeString returns the value if input is string or returns empty string

1.3.0 (5 Feb 2018)

  • Performance optimizations

1.2.0 (5 Feb 2018)

  • Typy can now store results to a variable and check the type later

1.1.0 (4 Feb 2018)

  • Fixed a bug for Number type validation

1.0.0 (4 Feb 2018)

  • Typy is released to the world =)
  • Following APIs are included in the first release
  • isDefined returns if the input is defined
  • isUndefined returns if the input is undefined
  • isNull returns if the input is null
  • isNullOrUndefined returns if the input is either null or undefined
  • isBoolean returns if the input is a boolean
  • isTrue returns if the input is boolean true
  • isFalse returns if the input is boolean false
  • isTruthy returns if the input is truthy
  • isFalsy returns if the input is falsy
  • isFalsy returns if the input is falsy
  • isObject returns if the input is an object - {}
  • isEmptyObject returns if the input is an empty object
  • isString returns if the input is a string
  • isEmptyString returns if the input is an empty string
  • isNumber returns if the input is a number
  • isArray returns if the input is an array
  • isEmptyArray returns if the input is an empty array
  • isFunction returns if the input is a function