Alternative to the console log which automatically beautifies the output
Solace is particularly useful if you intend:
- to debug some data.
- to display some data for a CLI.
Solace has a specific support for string, boolean, number, date, regex, null, void, error, NaN, object, array and will deal with these types in a pleasant way.
By default, the output is expected to be stdout/stderr, but you can override this to implement more advanced logging.
The theme (machine, beautiful, outline) can be changed at runtime, which can be a handy option for the user of a CLI.
$ npm install --save solace
;const solace =;const value =a: 12b: 'jan' 'feb' 'mar'c: trued:;solace;solace;
- machine: Format the output in a compact manner easily readable by a machine.
- beautiful: Format the output in a beautiful manner.
- outline: Format the output with the main outlines. If the data is an array of objects, it may be displayed as a table.
Example of beautiful output:
Example of outline output:
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