Monday, 9 July, 2018 UTC


Summary

Use can use colour and styles to make it easy to spot errors and group common functionality into blocks when viewing a NodeJS console. This lesson will show how to enhance an Express application to highlight errors, display setup issues to developers and group together output using the color npm package, both in the console and Papertrail which is a hosted logging service. We use the [Colors package](https://github.com/Marak/colors.js) in this lesson. Some other lessons which are mentioned in this video are: * [Add Logging to a Node.js Application using Winston](node-js-add-logging-to-a-node-js-application-using-winston) * [NodeJS Logging using Winston and Papertrail](javascript-nodejs-logging-using-winston-and-papertrail) * [Setup Local Configuration with Node.js Applications](node-js-setup-local-configuration-with-node-js-applications)