BrowserLog | live log viewer with this tiny .net library

 by   alexvictoor C# Version: 1.5 License: Apache-2.0

kandi X-RAY | BrowserLog Summary

kandi X-RAY | BrowserLog Summary

BrowserLog is a C# library typically used in Logging applications. BrowserLog has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Use your browser as a live log viewer with this tiny .net library

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              BrowserLog has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 11 star(s) with 4 fork(s). There are 2 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 1 open issues and 1 have been closed. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of BrowserLog is 1.5

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              BrowserLog has no bugs reported.

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              BrowserLog has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              BrowserLog is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              BrowserLog releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.

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            Community Discussions


            How to get the performance logs in leadfoot internjs?
            Asked 2020-Jul-17 at 12:15

            SImilar to protractor, I'm looking for some info on getting performance logs in leadfoot of internjs.

            Below is only an example of getting logs in protractor



            Answered 2020-Jul-17 at 12:15

            Yes, if performance logs are available, you can use Leadfoot's getLogsFor() function. Depends on the environment as far as what types of logs are available. You can use getAvailableLogTypes() to find that out for your use case.

            According to the documentation:



            Impact of promise delay on console log in protractor
            Asked 2019-Mar-16 at 06:03

            I am using protractor recently, and want to understand the best way of dealing with console.logs. For promise involved browser activity like click(),enter() which returns promise i am consoling in promise resolve in success block it works fine. But in other types of actions where i am required to use expect, expect itself resolves the promise returned by the condition and if i do try {} catch{} still that doesnt sound to be right way of console.log for that action. So what is happening is when i am doing console.log after expect action those gets logged prior to promise involved actions.

            So how can i trigger the consoles which doesn't involve promise? Also as these gets logged prior to promise logs, does that mean the actions such as expect also occur prior to click() action?

            Sample code for click() is as below //below the log happens after resolve.



            Answered 2019-Mar-16 at 06:03

            Try using to add the log statement to the control flow:



            How to read data from nested JSON structure in protractor
            Asked 2018-Sep-06 at 07:45

            Below is my code and I want to extract data under "specs" part like description, status etc. however I'm getting undefined when I capture the data and print it in the console. I have tried



            Answered 2018-Sep-06 at 07:42



            Attaching text or image to Cucumber report from after hook throws error
            Asked 2018-Feb-08 at 04:44

            The code works fine inside step definitions but not in after hook.

            Below is my after hook code. It fails when I call attach function on world.



            Answered 2018-Feb-08 at 04:44

            The below code with proper callback fixed my problem. Not sure why but it resolved the problem.



            Protractor afterEach extract browser.manage().logs() to a helper function
            Asked 2018-Jan-19 at 02:10

            My overall goal is to extract the browser.manage().logs() to a helper function. I'm stepping towards this goal by including the browser.manage().logs() functionality inside the afterEach call inside the test.

            I know that my test is throwing a console error.

            The inline version of browser.manage().logs() will print the error. Neither the afterEach nor the checkConsole will print the logs.

            What do I need to do to fix this?
            Is the inline browser.manage().logs() retrieving the error and wiping the log? I've tried every combination of having them all commented out and the only one that ever works is the inline version.

            I also have protractor-screenshoter-plugin configured and the report it produces shows the console error under the Show browsers logs button. Is this somehow grabbing the errors and preventing browser.manage().logs() from getting it?




            Answered 2018-Jan-19 at 02:10

            We use a similar mechanism to read the console when a test fails. Our solution looks something like this:



            Protractor tests failing randomly - screenshot error : WebDriverError: chrome not reachable
            Asked 2017-Dec-13 at 07:42

            I am running protractor tests on chrome headless in Ubuntu 16.04. The tests were running properly for more than 3 months but then suddenly the tests started failing with the below error-

            npm run e2e console - Chrome not reachable error from the very beginning of the test

            Chrome not reachable error after successfully running few tests



            Answered 2017-Dec-13 at 07:42

            I had the same issue on Ubuntu and found that I had to do two things:

            1) Include a path to your ChromeDriver in PATH and the webdriver env varible:



            Protractor simple test works 50% of the time
            Asked 2017-Sep-20 at 13:24

            I'm trying to setup some simple protractor tests to try E2E tests with Angular2. I'm using the following versions : (v4.4.3 NG2 / v5.1.2 protractor).

            I'm also using the latest @angular/cli version with the premade protractor.conf.js file.

            Here is a simple test I've setup with my existing application.



            Answered 2017-Sep-20 at 13:24

            Alright, so actually I used the worst possible example to try my tests on. I though it could be because of the lazy-loading or other mecanisms like that, but not at all : My map is an Esri map using the ArcGIS JS API, which is served through an angular-esri-loader library because of the ArcGIS JS API being served through Dojo.

            Therefore, it is not exactly an angular context, and I had to use browser.waitForAngularEnabled(false); to make it work.



            AJAX calls in Ruby : error 404
            Asked 2017-Sep-11 at 09:17

            I'm new of ruby and web development, i've searched a lot for this problem but i still not figured out.

            I have a button :



            Answered 2017-Sep-11 at 09:17

            Add the corresponding route for your check_error method:



            Protractor Get Errors Only From Console, Ignore Warnings
            Asked 2017-Jun-07 at 20:25

            I have a test which is navigating to a certain area of our application and then checking to see if there are any errors in the console when this area of the application is load.

            The problem is that it is failing on a warning. Is there anyway from within my test that I can make it look just for errors and not warnings?



            Answered 2017-Jun-07 at 20:25

            Do you use multiCapabilities in your protractor.config file?

            You can try this config below the browserName: "loggingPrefs": {"browser": "SEVERE", "INFO", "DEBUG"}, //OFF, SEVERE, WARNING, INFO, DEBUG, ALL


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