Eugene 1316 days ago. link 1 point ▲ ▼@tracker1 Thanks mate, I really appreciate your kind words. And you are totally right, you can absolutely use it with plain JS as well. It's actually more the other way round: Not every logger seems to be working well with TypeScript: Some are leaking proper types, others only point you to the compiled version of you code, instead of pinpointing the actual position in your TypeScript code. This and the fact that this name was still available made me call it tslog. ;-) Do you have better suggestions?