@searchspring/snap-logger
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Snap Logger

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Simple logger for debugging



Sample code
logger.image({
	url: 'https://searchspring.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/SearchSpring-Primary-FullColor-800-1-1-640x208.png',
	width: '90px',
	height: '30px'
});

logger.error('error');

logger.warn('warn');

logger.imageText({
	url: 'https://searchspring.com/wp-content/themes/SearchSpring-Theme/dist/images/favicons/favicon.svg',
}, 'imageText');

logger.debug('debug');

logger.dev(`%c ${logger.emoji.vortex} %c${logger.prefix}%c${'magical text'}`,
`color: ${logger.colors.blue}; font-weight: bold; font-size: 10px; line-height: 12px;`,
`color: ${logger.colors.bluegreen}; font-weight: normal;`,
`color: ${logger.colors.bluegreen}; font-weight: bold;`);

Dependency

Snap Logger is a dependency of @searchspring/snap-controller NPM Status

Installation

npm install --save @searchspring/snap-logger

Import

import { Logger } from '@searchspring/snap-logger';

Config

Snap Logger accepts an optional string prefix which when set is prepended to all logs.

const prefix = 'Log:';
const logger = new Logger(prefix)

Controller usage

Snap Logger is a dependency of Snap Controller and it is recommended to use logging methods of the controller in place of console methods.

Standalone usage

const logger = new Logger();

logger.warn('this is a warning');

setNamespace method

Sets prefix instead of defining a prefix in the constructor.

const logger = new Logger();

logger.warn('Hello');
// 'Hello'

logger.setNamespace('search');

logger.warn('Hello');
// ' [search] :: Hello'

setMode method

The default logging mode is production.

When set to production, logs using dev will not be visible. This also includes image, imageText, debug, and profile.

When set to development, all logging methods will be visible.

import { Logger, LogMode } from '@searchspring/snap-logger';

const logger = new Logger();
logger.setMode(LogMode.DEVELOPMENT);
enum LogMode {
	PRODUCTION = 'production',
	DEVELOPMENT = 'development',
}

error method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. It is best to use this method for error handling.

logger.error('error!!!');
logger.error('text about the error', errorObject, 'more', 'text');

warn method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. It is best to use this method for displaying warnings.

logger.warn('warning!!!');
logger.warn('warning', warningObject, 'more text');

dev method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. If mode is set to LogMode.PRODUCTION, the dev logs will not be displayed.

logger.dev('dev')

debug method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. If mode is set to LogMode.PRODUCTION, debug logs will not be displayed.

logger.debug('debug');

image method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. The first parameter is special and takes properties that specify the image details. If mode is set to LogMode.PRODUCTION, image logs will not be displayed.

logger.image({ 
		url: 'https://searchspring.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/SearchSpring-Primary-FullColor-800-1-1-640x208.png',
		width: '30px', 
		height: '30px'
});

imageText method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. The first parameter is special and takes properties that specify the image details. If mode is set to LogMode.PRODUCTION, imageText logs will not be displayed.

logger.imageText({
	url: 'https://searchspring.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/SearchSpring-Primary-FullColor-800-1-1-640x208.png',
	text: `imageText`,
	style: `color: #4c3ce2; font-weight: bold;`,
});

profile method

This method takes any number of parameters and logs them to the console. The first parameter is special and takes a Snap profile. If mode is set to LogMode.PRODUCTION, profile logs will not be displayed.

See @searchspring/snap-profiler NPM Status

import { Profiler } from '@searchspring/snap-profiler';
import { Logger } from '@searchspring/snap-logger';

const logger = new Logger();
const profiler = new Profiler();

const searchProfile = profiler.create({ 
	type: 'event', 
	name: 'search', 
	context: {} 
});

searchProfile.start();

// code to profile

searchProfile.stop();

logger.profile(searchProfile)

emoji property

The emoji property contains various emojis that can be used

The following emojis are available:

const emoji = {
	bang: String.fromCodePoint(0x203c),
	bright: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f506),
	check: String.fromCodePoint(0x2714),
	clock: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f556),
	cloud: String.fromCodePoint(0x2601),
	dim: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f505),
	gear: String.fromCodePoint(0x2699),
	interobang: String.fromCodePoint(0x2049),
	lightning: String.fromCodePoint(0x26a1),
	magic: String.fromCodePoint(0x2728),
	rocket: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f680),
	search: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f50d),
	snap: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f4a5),
	ufo: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f6f8),
	vortex: String.fromCodePoint(0x1f300),
	warning: String.fromCodePoint(0x26a0),
};

colors property

The colors property contains various colors that can be used

The following colors are available:

const colors = {
	blue: '#3379c1',
	bluelight: '#688BA3',
	bluedark: '#1B3141',
	bluegreen: '#318495',

	grey: '#61717B',

	green: '#507B43',
	greendark: '#63715F',
	greenblue: '#46927D',

	indigo: '#4c3ce2',

	orange: '#ecaa15',
	orangelight: '#ff6600',
	orangedark: '#c59600',

	red: '#cc1212',
	redlight: '#f30707',
	reddark: '#8E111C',

	yellow: '#d1d432',
};

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