Beautiful ways of presenting a print in the terminal Front End

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import lovelylog from '';



Beautiful ways of presenting a print in the terminal FRONTEND

One autumn afternoon, I was introduced by my Trybe course instructor, a way to use descriptive and colorful logs at the terminal FRONTEND. From there I came up with the idea of making a library with his gits, to be able to use in the terminal. That's where Lovely Log was born. Simple, educational and most importantly... Lindinho!

How to use? Import the library, and use them instead of a 'log' normally.


As it was before Lovely Log →

console.log ('Bar, Foo');

Now with Lovely Log →

const { info, debug, error, warn } = require('lovelylog')

// or, with ES6 modules support:
// import { info, debug, error, warn } from 'lovelylog'

info('Bar, Foo');
debug('Bar, Foo');
error('Bar, Foo');
warn('Bar, Foo');

Is not it pretty?

You can also use the makeMessage function to get a custom logger. For example:

const { makeMessage } = require('lovelylog')

const critical = message => makeMessage(message, 'Critical', '##FF0000')
critical('Critical error message')

// or, without creating a new function
makeMessage('Critical error message', 'Critical', '#FF0000')

Credits from my master Rogério Munhoz, better known as Roz!