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0.1.3 • Public • Published

Preview

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Console logging, inspecting and debugging tool.

Instead of having console.log and util.inspect all over your code during development, use preview and can then turn printing on or off using --preview argument.

Installation

From your terminal, requires node.js.

npm install preview

Module

require('preview')(<namespace>, {options});
preview(<namespace>, <text>, <object>);

Objects supported: {}, [], Number, Buffer, Date, Boolean

Example

var preview = require('preview')('app1');
 
var foo = {bar: 8211, hello: 'world', list: [1,2,3]};   // some object to inspect.
 
preview('foo');
preview('foo object', foo);
preview('app2', 'foo.bar: ' + foo.bar);
preview('foo foo from app1 again');

To run preview, use the --preview argument:

node example.js --preview

Namespaces

Can print just a specific namespace or a list of namespaces.

node example.js --preview=app1
node example.js --preview="app1, app2"

Options

{
  inverse: true   // inverse the background color.
}

License

Choose either: MIT or Apache 2.0.

install

npm i preview

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240

version

0.1.3

license

MIT

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github.com

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