Change Log

All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file. See Conventional Commits for commit guidelines.

2.0.1 (2018-04-05)

Bug Fixes

  • do not treat boolean values as empty values (8840ee9)

2.0.0 (2018-04-03)

Note: Version bump only for package strickland-root

2.0.0-rc.2 (2018-03-16)

Bug Fixes

Features

  • rename the each validator to "all" (3f36147)

BREAKING CHANGES

  • The name of the each validator was not as intuitive. It has been renamed to all.

2.0.0-rc.1 (2018-03-15)

Bug Fixes

  • field-level async validation was broken for initial results with async validation; docs were also outdated (3ce1a8e)

2.0.0-rc.0 (2018-03-13)

Features

  • add clearResults, validateField, updateFieldResult helpers on form (3b2be71)
  • automatic race condition handling in async validation (e56dfcb)
  • change updateFieldResult to updateFieldResults (supporting multiple fields) (fa8859b)
  • improve the form.validateFields API; rename form.clearResults to form.emptyResults; allow validateFields against empty results; add docs (aa3f41b)
  • simplification of the API and rename of props to objectProps (a948986)
  • support simpler params for compare, min, max, minLength, maxLength, and required validators (df1107e)
  • support value parameters for length and range; no longer support functions that return value parameters (7ef2630)

BREAKING CHANGES

  • The getValidatorProps approach was causing some usability troubles:

  • Constructing validators became unpredictable

  • The built-in validators were quite powerful, yes, but they were simply too flexible
  • The overabundance of flexibility made it hard to grok what was happening because there was too much magic
  • Creating validators became too difficult
  • It raised the bar too high for validator authors to adopt the same level of magic flexibility
  • And it was unclear what would happen if some validators did not adhere

To address these issues:

  1. Validators no longer take ordinal params in the flexible way -- instead, there's just a single props object supplied
  2. That props param can be a function that returns the props object
  3. Context is passed to said function, but there's just a single props object/function now instead of a magic chain of them
  4. The validate function reliably puts value on context and the result props -- no validators are responsible for doing that

Even though using a props object parameter is more verbose for basic scenarios, it makes the API more predictable and therefore approachable.

Additionally, the props validator was badly named. The "props" concept is used throughout Strickland and the name collision between concept and validator was hard to keep clear. It is now named objectProps.

2.0.0-beta.5 (2018-03-12)

Features

  • support simpler params for compare, min, max, minLength, maxLength, and required validators (df1107e)

2.0.0-beta.4 (2018-03-12)

Bug Fixes

  • form validationErrors should not contain results with async validation remaining (b557522)
  • simply form.fields by not allowing string values (instead, always arrays) (4cd2262)

Features

  • allow individual form fields to be validated asynchronously (9eaffaf)
  • simplification of the API and rename of props to objectProps (4129242)
  • support deferred async validation (21fd7b1)

BREAKING CHANGES

  • The getValidatorProps approach was causing some usability troubles:

  • Constructing validators became unpredictable

  • The built-in validators were quite powerful, yes, but they were simply too flexible
  • The overabundance of flexibility made it hard to grok what was happening because there was too much magic
  • Creating validators became too difficult
  • It raised the bar too high for validator authors to adopt the same level of magic flexibility
  • And it was unclear what would happen if some validators did not adhere

To address these issues:

  1. Validators no longer take ordinal params in the flexible way -- instead, there's just a single props object supplied
  2. That props param can be a function that returns the props object
  3. Context is passed to said function, but there's just a single props object/function now instead of a magic chain of them
  4. The validate function reliably puts value on context and the result props -- no validators are responsible for doing that

Even though using a props object parameter is more verbose for basic scenarios, it makes the API more predictable and therefore approachable.

Additionally, the props validator was badly named. The "props" concept is used throughout Strickland and the name collision between concept and validator was hard to keep clear. It is now named objectProps.

  • The validateAsync result prop is now a function instead of a Promise. The function will return a Promise, allowing the Promise to be deferred until validateAsync is called. Validators can now return either a Promise or a function to opt into async validation, or put either a Promise or a function on the result as the validateAsync result prop. Results will always be normalized to have validateAsync be a function that returns a Promise.

2.0.0-beta.3 (2018-03-07)

Bug Fixes

  • form validationErrors should not contain results with async validation remaining (ebbcc7b)
  • simply form.fields by not allowing string values (instead, always arrays) (e468ace)

Features

  • allow individual form fields to be validated asynchronously (de59286)

2.0.0-beta.2 (2018-03-04)

Bug Fixes

  • always provide a context object from validate (bbf06b0)

Chores

  • remove all traces of context in preparation for a context redesign (fd3f1f7)

Features

  • add a form validator that can be used for incremental form validation (c404d50)
  • add a new prepareProps utility and use it in compare to support props and context (b8e1c00)
  • support deferred async validation (f48694a)
  • support props and context on compare, max, maxLength, min, minLength, and required (1c705cd)
  • support props and context on form (e9fa448)
  • support props and context on length and range (6292b02)
  • support validator props and context on each, every, some, and props (ce80a29)
  • updating demo to use form validation (7393155)

BREAKING CHANGES

  • Validator Context and Validation Context are being removed. A new design will introduce Validator Props and Validation Context, where Validation Context will NOT be spread onto results.
  • The validateAsync result prop is now a function instead of a Promise. The function will return a Promise, allowing the Promise to be deferred until validateAsync is called. Validators can now return either a Promise or a function to opt into async validation, or put either a Promise or a function on the result as the validateAsync result prop. Results will always be normalized to have validateAsync be a function that returns a Promise.

1.1.0 (2018-01-21)

Bug Fixes

  • compare with a value of 0 should actually validate (d0f6fe1)
  • include length on context passed to minLength and maxLength functions (d61436a)

Features

  • pass validation context to parameter functions (b466e9f)

1.0.0 (2018-01-15)

Bug Fixes

  • move jest to dev dependencies (cf3cf3b)

Features

  • allow context for specific props (8f721a8)

1.0.0-rc.11 (2018-01-02)

Features

  • another change to async validation; now using validateAsync and validate never returns a Promise (ca5d2fe)

1.0.0-rc.10 (2017-12-30)

Features

  • rename resolvePromise to async and allow async: true on context, forcing a promise to be returned (42d1501)

1.0.0-rc.9 (2017-12-26)

Bug Fixes

  • Re-implemented async again after realizing props, each, every, and some were conflating their responsibilities with validate and they were not returning granular promises--turned async into a new convention favoring resolvePromise at the core. (9d41daf)

1.0.0-rc.8 (2017-12-24)

Features

  • reimplemented async validation to allow for partial results to be returned; fixed several sync bugs (5ee7bcb)
  • taking another stab at async in preparation for returning partial results when needed. refactored each, every, some, and props to clean them up more and make them more consistent. (bbc707f)

1.0.0-rc.5 (2017-12-22)

Bug Fixes

  • min was not invalid for non-numbers; neither min nor max were testing for that (250bda3)
  • props should create a props prop on the result when the nested prop is missing; refactor to prepare for async props (5f3874c)

Features

  • added some and each validators and added new features to the README (fc3965c)
  • every now works with async validators (62baf40)
  • support async props validation (207a096)
  • support async validators in the validate function (but not yet in every or props) (0b140b3)

1.0.0-rc.0 (2017-12-20)

Bug Fixes

  • compare needs to allow for the compare prop to be specified only at validation time -- do not throw (e444c45)
  • compare should not use trim (3cd654b)
  • do not mutate props objects (5de29dc)
  • fix validation triggers (84ab126)
  • illustrate object validation after property validation; fix object validation bug (5e9a460)
  • mention pure JavaScript at the end of the README (e35122e)
  • remove ability to return a string from a validator as a message; clean up validate code (3168407)
  • remove value parsing functionality (53ec17e)
  • renamed rangeLength to length (38e7a57)
  • return objects when boolean results are provided (e5e679e)
  • revalidate the entire form on field blur once the form is validated (adca6d7)
  • trim by default on compare, minLength, maxLength; allow override (0f17ff3)

Features

  • ability to use a rules function with a string result (20aaffa)
  • ability to use a rules function with an object with or without isValid (43679f8)
  • ability to use a rules function with true/false (44e8c7c)
  • add more result output and create a compare validator (1aef8ae)
  • added range validator and improved min/max argument handling (a679937)
  • added rangeLength validator (014c626)
  • adding a maxValue validator (213bcdf)
  • adding a minLength and maxLength validators (2d4798c)
  • adding a minValue validator (acd46a9)
  • adding a required validator (8c0c73e)
  • allow compare to be given a function to get the compare value (a9ffae2)
  • allow props to be passed in at validation time (2c75da8)
  • allow props to be passed to parse functions to skip trimming passwords (62a35b8)
  • allow validate to take an array of functions; use the feature for range/rangeLength (109f047)
  • allow validation-time prop specification across the board and allow functions for known props (bcac4ca)
  • always return results as objects with an isValid prop (1f616f5)
  • automatically pass validate props and value through to the result (d26eda1)
  • create a composite validator to spread props over multiple validators (a74810b)
  • create a composite validator to spread props over multiple validators (9313ea0)
  • delete composite validator as every now fulfills the same functionality (5dedb2f)
  • export validators from index (fd905dd)
  • extract an every validator with validator results on an every prop; props puts prop results onto props to align (a01f555)
  • flesh out value parsing on required (fdb8f7b)
  • include a required=true prop on required results (23c8281)
  • remove the isValid helper function; it was no longer needed or helpful (a8b3b0f)
  • renamed minValue and maxValue to min/max (c850371)
  • starting over with fresh approach (601d926)
  • support nested object validation (789f9e2)
  • support validating objects (5a48d78)
  • wrote a new README (12e578f)

BREAKING CHANGES

  • redefining the API

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