Run this command: With Dart:
dart pub add flutter_validators
This will add a line like this to your package's pubspec.yaml (and run an implicit
dart pub get):
dependencies: flutter_validators: ^0.0.2
Import the package in your Dart file:
Now, you can call the respective validator method.
var email = 'email@example.com'; print(isEmail(email)); // true
To have more streamlined code use built-in String extension methods
Here is a list of the validators currently available.
|isBase32||Check if a string is base32 encoded.|
|isBase58||Check if a string is base58 encoded.|
|isBoolean||Check if String is a boolean.|
|isEmail||Check if string is a valid email.|
|equals||Check if both Strings are equal.|
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