Triplit uses a configurable logger to log information about the client and underlying database's state, as well as the results of fetches and mutations. By default the logger is set to 'info' level, but supports 'warn' | 'error' | 'debug' as well.

You can set the logger level by passing a logLevel option to the TriplitClient constructor:

import { TriplitClient } from '@triplit/client';
const client = new TriplitClient({
  logLevel: 'debug',

If you'd like to save and export logs, you must set the logLevel to 'debug'. You can then access the logs and relevant metadata from the TriplitClient instance:

const logs = client.logs; // an array of log objects
// copy the logs to the clipboard when in the browser
// or save the logs to a file when in Node.js
import fs from 'fs';
fs.writeFileSync('logs.json', JSON.stringify(logs));

Inspecting a client in the browser

The TriplitClient class can be accessed from your browser console by adding the following code to an application that uses the TriplitClient:

const client = new TriplitClient();
if (typeof window !== 'undefined') window.client = client;

This will make the client object available in the browser console, allowing you to inspect the state of the client and call methods on it, e.g. with client.fetch.

browser console