fastify-log

Colorful terminal logger for Fastify.

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A terminal logger plugin for Fastify.

Features

  • Displays time.
  • Colorful outputs.
  • Debug level support.

Install

npm install fastify-log

Usage

const fastify = require('fastify')();
fastify.register(require('fastify-log')); // Or fastify.register(require('fastify-log'), { options } );

const port = 3000;
fastify.listen(port, (err) => {
  if (err) fastify.error(err);
  fastify.warn('this is a waring text');
  // Pass in multiple arguments
  fastify.info('server listening on', port);
});

The above code will output the following in your console, where the time is your system's current time:
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API

options

| Option | Description | Type | Default | | --- | --- | --- | --- | | allInOne | If true, you should use fastify.logger.info/warn/error instead of fastify.info/warn/error. | Boolean | false | | time | If false, current time will not show. | Boolean | true | | timeFormat | Display format for the time. | String | 'HH:mm:ss' | | level | Determine debug level. If level > 1, info hides. If level > 2, only error shows. If level > 3, all hide. | Number | 1 | | info | Color for info messages. | String | '#ffffff' | | warn | Color for warning messages. | String | '#ffa500' | | error | Color for error messages. | String | '#dc143c' |
const fastify = require('fastify')();
fastify.register(require('fastify-log'), { options } );

Alternative

fastify-log is quite a simple plugin, and here is a list of other tools you can turn to:

License

MIT