console-hue

    1.0.3 • Public • Published

    console-hue

    This tiny module is basically an improved version of the native console.log, adding colour support for different type of messages and a "Stringify" functionality by default for Objects and Arrays.

    Install

    You can install with [npm]:

    $ npm install --save console-hue

    Usage

    When you import the module, the following methods will be exposed:

     
    const consoleh = require('console-hue')
    { error: [Function],
      success: [Function],
      warn: [Function],
      debug: [Function],
      log: [Function],
      blue: [Function],
      pink: [Function],
      red: [Function],
      green: [Function],
      yellow: [Function],
      cyan: [Function] }

    And then you can use consoleh with any of the previous methods to get a colourful reply in the console:

     
    > const consoleh = require('console-hue')
    // Green output
    consoleh.success('This message should be green')
    // Red output
    consoleh.error('This message should be red')
    // Yellow output
    consoleh.warning('This message should be yellow')
     

    As described before the module will attempt to "Stringify" the Arrays and Objects passed in the message sent to the module. You can override this behaviour by passing true as the second parameter:

     
    > const consoleh = require('console-hue')
    // With default Stringigy behaviour
    consoleh.log({fn: function(msg) {console.log(msg)}})
    {}
    // Getting the original msg without Stringigy
    consoleh.log({fn: function(msg) {console.log(msg)}}, true)
    [object Object]
     

    License

    Copyright © 2019, Juan Convers. Released under the MIT License.

    Install

    npm i console-hue

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    279

    Version

    1.0.3

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    5.18 kB

    Total Files

    7

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