valdi VS vex

Compare valdi vs vex and see what are their differences.


Simple data validation for elixir (by bluzky)


Data Validation for Elixir (by CargoSense)
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valdi vex
1 0
9 542
- 0.2%
2.3 0.0
about 1 month ago 12 months ago
Elixir Elixir
- MIT License
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Tracking mentions began in Dec 2020.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing valdi and vex you can also consider the following projects:

skooma - Elixir data validation library

Norm - Data specification and generation

exop - Elixir library that provides macros which allow you to encapsulate business logic and validate incoming parameters with predefined contract.



is - Fast, extensible and easy to use data structure validation for elixir with nested structures support.

ExGtin - Elixir GTIN & UPC Generation and Validation Library

jeaux - A module for validating http params and queries

shape - A data validation library for Elixir based on Prismatic Scheme

optimal - A schema based keyword list option validator.

uk_postcode - UK postcode parsing and validation for Elixir