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    [INTERNAL] Logger

    Simple Javascript Logger

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    What is it for?

    The Logger is an internal library of AgileTs. Simply put, it is used to log messages into the console. But why a custom Logger and not just using the primitive console.log? Well, some reasons are:

    • filtered log messages
      Filter log messages by tag or type in order to see only logs that matter right now.
    • styled log messages (color, font-weight)
      Style log messages to make it easier to distinguish between different log types and recognise important log messages more quickly.
    • customized log messages (prefix, timestamp)
      Customize log messages to identify searched logs more swiftly.
    • disable logs

    ▶️ Use case in AgileTs

    The Logger Class is used in many AgileTs packages, for:

    • logging different types of log messages,
    Agile.logger.log("I'm a log message!");
    Agile.logger.debug("I'm a debug message!");
    Agile.logger.info("I'm a info message!");
    Agile.logger.warn("I'm a warn message!");
    Agile.logger.error("I'm a error message!");
    Agile.logger.success("I'm a success message!");
    Agile.logger.trace("I'm a trace message!");
    Agile.logger.custom('jeff', "I'm a custom jeff message!");
    • filtering log messages by log types
    Agile.logger.debug('Boring Debug Message.'); // Doesn't get logged
    Agile.logger.warn('Important Warning!'); // Does get log
    • filtering log messages by tags
    Agile.logger.if.tag(['runtime']).info(`Created Job '${job._key}'`, job);
    • adding a prefix before each log message
    Agile.logger.debug('Hello there!'); // Logs: 'Agile: Hello there!'
    • quickly disabling all logs
    Agile.logger.isActive = false;
    Agile.logger.debug('Boring Debug Message.'); // Doesn't get logged
    Agile.logger.warn('Important Warning!'); // Doesn't get logged

    📄 Documentation

    Sounds AgileTs interesting to you? Checkout our documentation, to learn more. And I promise you, you will be able to use AgileTs in no time. If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to join our Community Discord.

    ⭐️ Contribute

    Get a part of AgileTs and start contributing. We welcome any meaningful contribution. 😀 To find out more about contributing, check out the CONTRIBUTING.md.



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