I'll start with the code:  var s = ["hi"]; console.log(s); s[0] = "bye"; console.log(s);   Simple, right?  In response to this, Firebug says:  ["hi"] ["bye"]   Wonderful, but Chrome's JavaScript console (7.0....
According to this post it was in the beta, but it's not in the release?...
I'd like to use console.log() to log messages without appending a new line after each call to console.log(). Is this possible?...
Is it posible to make logging to the console synchronous? I often run into situations where the code execution is faster than dumping the structures. That resolves in outputting already changed objects.  I sure can walk through the code with debugger...
I have a bunch of console.log() calls in my JavaScript.  Should I comment them out before I deploy to production?  I'd like to just leave them there, so I don't have to go to the trouble of re-adding the comments later on if I need to do any...
Is it possible to track every action of a user on a webpage and creating log of it? The idea is to transfer log of user actions to server via AJAX and saving it. On each event for each element I can write code/logic to write some log in console, but...
I'm working on an node.js application with several dozen modules and using bunyan for logging (JSON output, multiple configurable streams).    I've been looking for good examples of how to implement a instance across all the modules, but have...
I know its easy to intercept a function in js, among other ways:  console.log = (function () { var log = console.log;  return function () {     alert(arguments);     log.apply(console, arguments); })();   but Is there a way to wrap console.log such t...
Jest has this feature to log the line that outputs to console methods.  In some cases, this can become annoying:    console.log _modules/log.js:37   ? login.0 screenshot start    console.time _modules/init.js:409   login.0.screenshot: 0.33ms    conso...
I have a custom logging function to log to the firebug console that looks like this:  // the name here is just for fun function ninjaConsoleLog() {     var slicer = Array.prototype.slice;     var args = slicer.call(arguments);     console.log(args);...

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