Popularity
0.5
Declining
Activity
0.0
Declining
0
1
0

Description

This library is originally part of the Claritie framework for validating known as Validator.

Programming language: PHP

Validator alternatives and similar libraries

Based on the "Filtering and Validation" category.
Alternatively, view Validator alternatives based on common mentions on social networks and blogs.

Do you think we are missing an alternative of Validator or a related project?

Add another 'Filtering and Validation' Library

README

Validator

This library is originally part of the Claritie framework for validating known as Validator.

Requirements

  • PHP >=5.3.6+

Code Examples

$rules = array
(
  'name' => 'alpha|required',
  'year' => 'num|required',
);

$Validation = new Validator();
$Validation->validate($_POST, $rules);

if (!empty($Validation->getErrors()))
{
  print_r($Validation->getErrors());
}

// or more viewable direction:
if (!$Validation->passed())
{
  $Validation->goBackWithErrors();
}
  • Show validation errors (within HTML) html <label>Name : <input type="text" name="name"> </label> <?= Validator::error('name') ? Validator::error('name') : ""; ?>

You can wrap error messages with custom HTML markup

  Validator::error('confirm_password', '<span class="error">:message</span>');

Rules

  • required
  • num
  • alpha
  • alpha-num
  • email
  • min:[number]
  • max:[number]
  • same:[field_name]

Custom Expressions & Messages

  • Custom Expressions

You can register your custom RegExp before running the validator

$v->registerExpression( 'cnic', '#^([0-9]{13})$#', 'Invalid CNIC number' );

registerExpression method takes 3 arguments

  • expressionID - unique name for the expression
  • pattern - the RegExp string
  • message [optional] - the error message to be retured if the validation fails

Validator::registerExpression($expressionID , $pattern, $message)

  • Custom Messages

You can also pass a custom error message with each rule

 $rules['full_name'] = "required--Please Enter your name|alpha-- Please don't use special charators and numbers";

Conditional Rules

You can define specific conditional rules for a field

 $rules['age'] = 'if:gender[Male](required|min:2|num)';

Comparison Rules

You can also compare a field with another

  $rules['password'] = 'required|min:8';
  $rules['confirm_password'] = 'same:password';

Installation / Integration:

When using Claritie Beta (Skyfire), you can install Validator by calling 'Validator' within the load::service() function.

load::service('Validator');

Also, externally you can use Validator independently by requiring 'index.php' from the main directory including the rest of the directory folders.

require_once __DIR__.'index.php';

License

Validator is licensed under the MIT License.

Copyright 2015-2019 Travis van der Font


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Validator README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.