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MIT
Package created
3 Aug 2013
Version published
30 Jul 2021
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Total deps
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MIT

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6 Packages, Including:
ansi-styles@4.3.0
chalk@4.1.2
color-convert@2.0.1
color-name@1.1.4
has-flag@4.0.0
supports-color@7.2.0
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β“˜ This is a list of chalk 's direct dependencies. Data on all dependencies, including transitive ones, is available via CSV download.
NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
ansi-styles4.3.05.71 kBMIT
prod
supports-color7.2.03.13 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does chalk do?

Chalk is a popular JavaScript npm package designed for terminal string styling. It provides an expressive API for adding color and styles to console output, making terminal interfaces more engaging and readable for developers. With no dependencies and highly performant characteristics, it allows nesting of styles and offers support for 256 and Truecolor color support, which automatically detects color support. Furthermore, its design does not extend String.prototype and it is actively maintained with an impressive user base.

How do you use chalk?

You can use Chalk within your JavaScript file by first installing it via your terminal with npm install chalk. After installation, you need to import it at the top of your file with import chalk from 'chalk';. Then, in order to use Chalk within your console logs, you use various Chalk methods to apply different styles to the text output in your logs.

For instance, to apply a blue text style, you can go with:

console.log(chalk.blue('Hello world!'));

More complex styles can be created by chaining together multiple style methods:

console.log(chalk.blue.bgRed.bold('Hello world!'));

You can also chain, nest, and combine styles, and even create your own themes:

const error = chalk.bold.red;
console.log(error('Error!'));

Where are the chalk docs?

For the full details of how to use Chalk, including its API and various style options, you can refer to the package's documentation, which is maintained on its GitHub page. The documentation covers its complete API, installation process, and usage examples with clear explanations and appropriate code snippets. It also provides a comprehensive list of all the style methods and color options available in Chalk, as well as relevant details on color support levels.