Consola is a modern and elegant logging utility for Node.js and browser applications. It provides a simple and intuitive API for logging messages with different levels of severity, such as info, success, warn, error, and debug. Consola also supports customizable log formats, timestamps, and log level filtering.
v7.21.0(4 months ago)
Roarr is a lightweight and efficient logging library for Node.js and browsers. It provides a simple and flexible API for logging structured messages with customizable log levels, timestamps, and context information. Roarr supports various output formats, including JSON and plain text, and allows you to easily integrate with existing logging systems.
Consola provides a comprehensive set of features for logging, including customizable log levels, log formatting, log filtering, and support for multiple reporters. Roarr, on the other hand, focuses on providing a minimalistic and extensible logging solution with a focus on structured logging and log context.
Ease of Use
Consola is known for its simplicity and ease of use. It provides a straightforward API and configuration options, making it easy to integrate into projects. Roarr, while powerful, has a steeper learning curve and requires more configuration to set up.
Both Consola and Roarr are performant logging libraries. However, Consola is known for its optimized performance and minimal overhead, making it suitable for high-performance applications. Roarr also performs well but may have slightly higher overhead due to its focus on structured logging.
Consola has a larger and more active community compared to Roarr. This means that Consola has more community-contributed plugins, integrations, and resources available. Roarr, while having a smaller community, still has a dedicated user base and active maintainers.
Consola is primarily designed for Node.js and browser environments, making it suitable for both server-side and client-side applications. Roarr is also compatible with Node.js and browser environments but has a stronger focus on server-side applications.