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    yoctocolors

The smallest and fastest command-line coloring package on the internet


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yoctocolors 🌈

The smallest and fastest command-line coloring package on the internet

Check out Chalk if you want something more mature and comprehensive.

Highlights

  • Tiny
  • Fast
  • Handles nested colors
  • Tree-shakeable
  • No dependencies
  • Actively maintained

Install

npm install yoctocolors

Usage

import * as colors from 'yoctocolors';

console.log(colors.red('Yo!'));

console.log(colors.blue(`Welcome to the ${colors.green('yoctocolors')} package!`));

This package supports basic color detection. Colors can be forcefully enabled by setting the FORCE_COLOR environment variable to 1 and can be forcefully disabled by setting NO_COLOR or NODE_DISABLE_COLORS to any value. More info.

Styles

Modifiers

  • reset - Reset the current style.
  • bold - Make the text bold.
  • dim - Make the text have lower opacity.
  • italic - Make the text italic. (Not widely supported)
  • underline - Put a horizontal line above the text. (Not widely supported)
  • overline - Put a horizontal line below the text. (Not widely supported)
  • inverse- Invert background and foreground colors.
  • hidden - Print the text but make it invisible.
  • strikethrough - Put a horizontal line through the center of the text. (Not widely supported)

Colors

  • black
  • red
  • green
  • yellow
  • blue
  • magenta
  • cyan
  • white
  • gray
  • redBright
  • greenBright
  • yellowBright
  • blueBright
  • magentaBright
  • cyanBright
  • whiteBright

Background colors

  • bgBlack
  • bgRed
  • bgGreen
  • bgYellow
  • bgBlue
  • bgMagenta
  • bgCyan
  • bgWhite
  • bgGray
  • bgRedBright
  • bgGreenBright
  • bgYellowBright
  • bgBlueBright
  • bgMagentaBright
  • bgCyanBright
  • bgWhiteBright

Prior art

Yes

Benchmark

$ ./benchmark.js
┌─────────┬────────────────┬─────────────┐
│ (index) │ library        │ ops/sec     │
├─────────┼────────────────┼─────────────┤
│ 0       │ 'yoctocolors'  │ '8,000,000' │
│ 1       │ 'colorette'    │ '8,000,000' │
│ 2       │ 'picocolors'   │ '8,000,000' │
│ 3       │ 'nanocolors'   │ '5,988,024' │
│ 4       │ 'chalk'        │ '4,807,692' │
│ 5       │ 'kleur/colors' │ '4,807,692' │
│ 6       │ 'kleur'        │ '4,784,689' │
│ 7       │ 'ansi-colors'  │ '2,178,649' │
│ 8       │ 'cli-color'    │ '585,138'   │
└─────────┴────────────────┴─────────────┘

See benchmark.js.

FAQ

What is yocto?

It was the smallest official unit prefix in the metric system until 2022. Much smaller than nano.

  • yoctodelay - Delay a promise a given amount of time
  • chalk - Terminal string styling

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Last updated on 14 May 2024

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