anylogger-diary

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    anylogger-diary 0.0.1

    Anylogger adapter for Diary

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    What is this?

    This is an anylogger adapter for Diary.

    This package is meant for application projects that are using libraries using anylogger. By including this adapter in your project, all libraries using anylogger will automatically start to use Diary as their logging framework.

    Download

    CDN

    index.html

    <script src="https://unpkg.com/anylogger@1.0.3/anylogger.min.js"></script>
    <script src="https://unpkg.com/diary@1.6.8/dist/diary.min.js"></script>
    <script src="https://unpkg.com/anylogger-diary@1.0.0/anylogger-diary.min.js"></script>
    <script>(function(){ // IIFE
      var log = anylogger('index.html')
      log.info('Logging is simple!')
      // to see logging, enable it by typing this in the console:
      // localStorage.setItem('diary:index.html', 'DEBUG')
      // then refresh the page
    })()</script>

    Install

    Install this adapter, as well as both anylogger and Diary:

    npm install --save anylogger-diary anylogger diary

    Include in your application project

    This package is meant for application projects. If you are writing a library to be NPM installed into some other project, most likely you should not include any adapter, but instead just use anylogger directly.

    The anylogger-diary adapter will modify the anylogger factory in such a way that the loggers it creates will be logging to diary.

    When using diary, all logging except for warnings and errors is supressed by default. As such, you should make sure to set the log level to INFO or DEBUG as usual before expecting to see any output.

    To activate the adapter, include it in your application entry point.

    Require

    main.js

    require('anylogger-diary')

    Import

    main.js

    import 'anylogger-diary'

    Logging in the application project

    In your application module code, only use anylogger to stay framework independent:

    my-module.js

    import anylogger from 'anylogger'
    const log = anylogger('my-module')
    log('Logging is simple!')

    This is helpful if you ever decide to factor out the application module into a separate library.

    log configuration in the application project

    Because anylogger is simply using diary below the surface, you can use all the normal configuration mechanisms available for diary.

    If you need to control log settings programmatically, just import diary and use it directly:

    main.js

    // ...
    import diary from 'diary'
    diary.getLogger('my-module').setLevel(diary.levels.INFO)
    // ...

    Issues

    Add an issue in this project's issue tracker to let me know of any problems you find, or questions you may have.

    License

    Licensed under the MIT Open Source license.

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    Install

    npm i anylogger-diary

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