CLI tool for viewing cli logs in the browser.
$ node helloworld.js | brow foobar Mirroring logs at localhost:10005/?foobar
localhost:10005 and select "foobar" from the list and you will start seeing the logs from the
node index.js process.
(You dont have to provide your own group name, in the example above it was "foobar". If you dont provide one, the top most directory will be used as the group name. Everything piped under the same groupname will be treated as the same log as far as brow is concerned)
npm i -g @olian/brow
brow-server, this will create a
.browdirectory in your home directory, this is where your brow config and database will live.
echo Hello World | brow
I started developing brow because I needed a tool that allowed me to collect logs from my home server in a single easy to reach place.