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@invisible/logger
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3.0.5 • Public • Published

logger

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Invisible Logging Wrapper.

Install

yarn add @invisible/logger

Usage

const logger = require('@invisible/logger')
 
logger.debug('This is a debug message', { meta: true })

Make sure to set LOGGER_LEVEL = silly on your development environment.

Default Transports

Console

Will only be colorized in development. The default logging level is info, but you can use the LOGGER_LEVEL environment variable to adjust the logging level.

Disabled by default in test env, but can be overriden if LOGGER_ENABLED_IN_TEST is true.

Timber

To use Timber, you'll need to define LOGGER_TIMBER as true in your environment variable and redirect the drain of your Heroku app to the drain address in Timber. You can also use the TIMBER_LEVEL environment variable to set the logging level. Setting up Timber deactivates the default Console transport.

Additional Transports

You can add an additional transport with

const logger = require('@invisible/logger')
 
logger.add(winston.transports.File, { filename: 'somefile.log' })

Install

npm i @invisible/logger

DownloadsWeekly Downloads

568

Version

3.0.5

License

MIT

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134 kB

Total Files

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