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Blackbird – Open Source Javascript Logging Utility

Posted · Category: Code, MIT License, Tools

Blackbird offers a dead-simple way to log messages in JavaScript and an attractive console to view and filter them. You might never use alert() again. You can add Blackbird to your page easily, simply download the files and place them on your server or in a local directory on your computer. And then Include blackbird.js and blackbird.css in your page. Blackbird is has been smoke-tested on Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Safari 2+, Opera 9.5.

Open Source Javascript Logging Utility

Requirements: Internet Explorer 6+, Firefox 2+, Safari 2+, Opera 9.5
Demo: http://www.gscottolson.com/blackbirdjs/
License: MIT License

  • YOzefff


    But does this handle for example Arrays or Objects? Or just strings?

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  • http://blog.olicio.us/ Oskar Krawczyk

    Warning, the directory wasn’t properly exported from Subversion, hence it contains the “.svn” file which will make Subversion confused when trying to add the script to the your project – assuming you’re using SVN in the first place.

  • http://staxx.nl Staxx

    Jups, svn files are in the archive. But hey, it cant bother me. I absolutely really like this tool! I’ve copied it to my standatd html template to start with folder, witch I use as a default starting point with new projects.

    Thanx for sharing!

  • http://www.fedmich.com/works fedmich

    Could be helpful but I just wished there is an eval to test out code on the current page. But I guess this is maybe on their todo list.

  • http://code.google.com/p/dewind/ jzshmyt

    创意无限,简单实用 javascript-logger


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  • http://www.timdown.co.uk Tim Down

    fedmich, if you want a command line, the current version of log4javascript (http://log4javascript.org) has this.

  • http://antjanus.com/ Antonin Januska

    unfortunately, no :/ 

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