Head-to-Head: Caterpillar vs Signale Analysis

caterpillar

v8.2.0(5 months ago)

This package is actively maintained.Types definitions are bundled with the npm packageNumber of direct dependencies: 4Monthly npm downloads

Caterpillar is the ultimate logging system for Deno, Node.js, and Web Browsers. Log levels are implemented to the RFC standard. Log entries can be filtered and piped to various streams, including coloured output to the terminal, the browser's console, and

signale

v1.4.0(about 5 years ago)

This package was last published over a year ago. It may not be actively maintained.Types definitions are provided via a separate npm package: @types/signaleNumber of direct dependencies: 3Monthly npm downloads

Signale is a highly customizable and versatile logging library for Node.js and browsers. It offers a simple and intuitive API for logging messages with different levels of severity, colors, and symbols. Signale allows you to easily format and style your log messages, making them more readable and visually appealing.

Compared to other logging libraries like Winston or Bunyan, Signale stands out for its focus on customization and aesthetics. It provides a modern and elegant way to handle logging in your applications, with support for features like timestamps, scopes, and custom loggers.

Alternatives:
winston+
pino+
log4js+
bunyan+
consola+
debug+
morgan+
winston-daily-rotate-file+
roarr+
loglevel+

Tags: node.jsbrowserloggingcustomizableaesthetics