Zod Schema Validation and Type Generation
In this Hasty Treat, Scott and Wes talk about Zod, a TypeScript-first schema validation with static type inference. How are we using Zod? What do we like? And our thoughts on the Zod ecosystem.
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- 00:24 Welcome
- 01:48 Sponsor: LogRocket
- 02:54 Sponsor: Linode
- 04:07 Minecraft thoughts
- 06:25 Scratch
- 07:19 What is Zod?
- Zod comparison
- 10:05 Features of Zod
- 13:24 How we’re using Zod
- 14:40 How Zod works with MongoDB
- 15:51 3rd party plugins
- 19:35 Zod ecosystem
- Zod Ecosystem
- 22:22 Asynchronous validation