Node.js Logging Guide

Node.js Logging Guide


  • Node.js Logging Guide

    Philip Onuchukw

    Philip Onuchukw, A software engineer, and a technical writer. With an immense passion for building reliable and efficient software products, converting his years of experience in the field of computer science into writing. He has articles published on developer blogs for both beginners and experienced software engineers.

Frequently Asked Questions

It is an important aspect of keeping track of events and logging events that cause problems to a file. It enables quick analysis by developers.

Console.log() is a method that allows the developer to output events at runtime during development to the frontend or web dev tool.

By using built-in libraries, such as the “fs module”, to write streams to an output or with the use of npm packages like Pino, node-file-logger, Winston, etc.

Node.js was originally a server-side framework that today is used for the development of desktop applications, mobile, and the internet of things (IoT). It has one of the largest ecosystems of open-source contributors.

Node.js log level indicates the level of severity of a log event. It is represented in integers of 0-5, where 0 represents a higher level and 5 a lower level.

  1. Nicely formatted text.
  2. Structured to arrange the logger in a sequential manner.
  3. Timestamping.
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