A Logger in Typescript

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import sdc224LoggerTs from 'https://cdn.skypack.dev/@sdc224/logger-ts';


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👩🏻‍💻 Developer Ready: A comprehensive template. Works out of the box for most Node.js projects.

🏃🏽 Instant Value: All basic tools included and configured:

  • TypeScript 3.9
  • ESLint with some initial rules recommendation
  • Jest for fast unit testing and code coverage
  • Type definitions for Node.js and Jest
  • Prettier to enforce consistent code style
  • NPM scripts for common operations
  • simple example of TypeScript code and unit test
  • .editorconfig for consistent file format
  • example configuration for GitHub Actions and Travis CI

🤲 Free as in speech: available under the MIT license.

Getting Started

This project is intended to be used with the latest Active LTS release of Node.js.

Use as a repository template

To start, just click the Use template link (or the green button). Now start adding your code in the src and unit tests in the __tests__ directories.

Clone repository

To clone the repository use the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/sdc224/logger-ts


First go to the repo directory

cd logger-ts

For npm lovers

npm install

For yarn lovers


Download latest release

Download and unzip current master branch or one of tags:

wget https://github.com/sdc224/logger-ts/archive/master.zip -O logger-ts.zip
unzip logger-ts.zip && rm logger-ts.zip

Available Scripts

  • clean - remove coverage data, Jest cache and transpiled files,
  • build - transpile TypeScript to ES6,
  • build:watch - interactive watch mode to automatically transpile source files,
  • lint - lint source files and tests,
  • test - run tests,
  • test:watch - interactive watch mode to automatically re-run tests

Additional Informations

Writing tests in JavaScript

Writing unit tests in TypeScript can sometimes be troublesome and confusing. Especially when mocking dependencies and using spies.

This is optional, but if you want to learn how to write JavaScript tests for TypeScript modules, read the corresponding wiki page.

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Licensed under the MIT. See the LICENSE file for details.