9 examples of 'joi date validation' in JavaScript

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9export default function dateValidation(dateToValidate, options) {
10 return moment(dateToValidate, options).isValid();
11}
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182validateTypeDate(value, key) {
183 if(value instanceof Date) return true;
184 this.setError(key, this.messages.validateDate(key));
185 return false;
186}
42function validateDate(value, meta) {
43 if (value && !utc(value).isValid())
44 return {[meta._id]: `${meta.label} must be a valid date`}
45}
79validatesDate: function validatesDate() {
80 Array.from(arguments).forEach(function (name) {
81 this.validate(name, function () {
82 this.validateDate(name);
83 });
84 }, this);
85},
388validateTypeDate(value, key, index) {
389 if (value instanceof Date) return true;
390 const { label } = this.getField(key);
391 this.setError(key, this.messages.validateDate(label || key), index);
392 return false;
393}
6validate(data) {
7 if (!data) {
8 return;
9 }
10
11 assert(lodash.isString(data));
12 assert(moment(data, 'YYYY-MM-DD').isValid());
13}
258validateJoi(entityData: any): any {
259 if (!this.isJoi) {
260 return {
261 error: new ValidationError(ERROR_CODES.ERR_GENERIC, 'Schema does not have a joi configuration object'),
262 value: entityData,
263 };
264 }
265 return this.joiSchema!.validate(entityData, (this.options.joi as JoiConfig).options || {});
266}
80validate(parts) {
81 let month = parseInt(parts.month, 10);
82 let day = parseInt(parts.day, 10);
83 let year = parts.year;
84 month = (month >= 0 && month <= 11) ? month : null;
85 year = (year && year.match(/^\d{4}$/)) ? parseInt(year, 10) : null;
86 day = (day >= 0 && day <= 31) ? day : null;
87 if (month === null || day === null || year === null) return null;
88 return { month, year, day };
89}
18static ruleName() {
19 return 'date';
20}

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