arrayOf :: String → a → Boolean
Takes the name of a valid javascript class in form of string (for example: 'String', 'Date', 'BigInt', etc) then returns a new function reporting whether the received value is an instance of that class.
ofClass is the backbone of all the type validators:
import ofClass from './ofClass';
* Evaluates whether the given value is of type string
* @param value
* @returns {boolean}
const isString = ofClass('String');
export default isString;
ofClass rely on Object.prototype.toString to check on the received value type in order to avoid typeof weird behaviours and encouraging a runtime strict type validation.