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tail - Go package for reading from continously updated files (tail -f)

  •    Go

A Go package striving to emulate the features of the BSD tail program.See API documentation.

debug - A tiny JavaScript debugging utility modelled after Node

  •    Javascript

A tiny JavaScript debugging utility modelled after Node.js core's debugging technique. Works in Node.js and web browsers.debug exposes a function; simply pass this function the name of your module, and it will return a decorated version of console.error for you to pass debug statements to. This will allow you to toggle the debug output for different parts of your module as well as the module as a whole.

node-bunyan - a simple and fast JSON logging module for node.js services

  •    Javascript

Manifesto: Server logs should be structured. JSON's a good format. Let's do that. A log record is one line of JSON.stringify'd output. Let's also specify some common names for the requisite and common fields for a log record (see below).Stable. I do my best to follow semver: i.e. you should only need to worry about code breaking for a major version bump. Bunyan currently supports node 0.10 and greater. Follow @trentmick for updates to Bunyan.




rtail - rtail(1) - Terminal output to the browser in seconds, using UNIX pipes.

  •    CSS

rtail is a command line utility that grabs every line in stdin and broadcasts it over UDP. That's it. Nothing fancy. Nothing complicated. Tail log files, app output, or whatever you wish, using rtail broadcasting to an rtail-server – See multiple streams in the browser, in realtime.Whether you deploy your code on remote servers using multiple environments or simply have multiple projects, you must ssh to each machine running your code, in order to monitor the logs in realtime.

node-draftlog - 📜 Create updatable log lines into the terminal, and give life to your logs!

  •    Javascript

It allows you to re-write a line of your log after being written. Just like post 'updating'. This is the building block for any dynamic element such as progress bars, loading status, animations, checkboxes and so on.It does that by keeping track of the current lines of code written through the stream, and moving the cursor up to the line of the LogDraft you created previously, and updating its content.

commitlint - 📓 Lint commit messages

  •    Javascript

commitlint is considered stable and is used in various projects as development tool.

Logrus - Structured, pluggable logging for Go.

  •    Go

Logrus is a structured logger for Go (golang), completely API compatible with the standard library logger. There is a support to add hooks for logging levels. For example to send errors to an exception tracking service on Error, Fatal and Panic, info to StatsD or log to multiple places simultaneously, e.g. syslog.


log - Console.log with style.

  •    Javascript

Console.log with style.

logdown.js - :pencil2: Debug utility with markdown support that runs on browser and server

  •    Javascript

logdown is a debug utility for the browser and the server with Markdown support, providing a single interface and a similar behavior between the browser and the server. It doesn't have any dependencies for the browser version and it's only 2K gzipped.

tracer - A powerful and customizable logging library for node.js

  •    Javascript

A powerful and customizable logging library for node.js. support color console with timestamp, line number, method name, file name and call stack. you can set transport to file, stream, database(ex: mongodb and clouddb, simpledb). keywords: log, logger, trace

Rainbow - Delightful console output for Swift developers.

  •    Swift

Rainbow adds text color, background color and style for console and command line output in Swift. It is born for cross platform software logging in terminals, working in both Apple's platforms and Linux. Thanks to the open source of Swift, developers now could write cross platform programs with the same language. And I believe the command line software would be the next great platform for Swift. Colorful and well organized output always helps us to understand what happens. It is really a necessary utility to create wonderful software.

signale - 👋 Hackable console logger

  •    Javascript

Hackable and configurable to the core, signale can be used for logging purposes, status reporting, as well as for handling the output rendering process of other node modules and applications. Visit the contributing guidelines to learn more on how to translate this document into more languages.

Chalk - Terminal string styling done right

  •    Javascript

Chalk comes with an easy to use composable API where you just chain and nest the styles you want. Chain styles and call the last one as a method with a string argument. Order doesn't matter, and later styles take precedent in case of a conflict. This simply means that chalk.red.yellow.green is equivalent to chalk.green.

LogViewer - :page_with_curl: Provides a log viewer for Laravel 5

  •    PHP

This package allows you to manage and keep track of each one of your logs files. NOTE: You can also use LogViewer as an API.

TSW - Tencent Server Web

  •    Javascript

A Node.js infrastructure which is designed for improving the efficiency of locating problems, providing multiple functions for front-end developers

laravel-activitylog - Log activity inside your Laravel app

  •    PHP

The spatie/laravel-activitylog package provides easy to use functions to log the activities of the users of your app. It can also automatically log model events. The Package stores all activity in the activity_log table. You can retrieve all activity using the Spatie\Activitylog\Models\Activity model.

consola - 🐨 Elegant Console Logger

  •    Javascript

Choose between one of the built-in reporters or bring own reporter. By default FancyReporter is registered for modern terminals or BasicReporter will be used if running in limited environments such as CIs.

vscode-gitlens - Supercharge the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code — Visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more

  •    TypeScript

GitLens supercharges the Git capabilities built into Visual Studio Code. It helps you to visualize code authorship at a glance via Git blame annotations and code lens, seamlessly navigate and explore Git repositories, gain valuable insights via powerful comparison commands, and so much more. GitLens is an open-source extension for Visual Studio Code created by Eric Amodio. While GitLens is generously offered to everyone free of charge, if you find it useful please consider supporting it.