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ChromeLogger

The .NET Version of chromelogger. Add output to the Chrome console from your .NET application's server-side code.

For ASP.NET Classic (System.Web)

Install with NuGet: https://nuget.org/packages/ChromeLogger.AspNet/

Setup

At the end of your request, you'll need to set the custom ChromeLogger header, here's an example:

public class WebApiApplication : HttpApplication
{
    protected void Application_EndRequest(Object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        Context.Response.Headers.Add(Logger.GetHeader());
    }
}

For ASP.NET Core (2.2.2 and newer)

Install with NuGet: https://nuget.org/packages/ChromeLogger.AspNetCore/

Setup

In your Startup class add a using ChromeLogger; line. Then in the ConfigureServices method, add a call to services.AddChromeLogger();. Finally in the very first line of the Configure method, add a call to app.UseChromeLogger();. It is probably a good idea to only make this call in a non-production environment.

Changelog

Version 1.0.1

Ignore Log calls with null parameter.

Version 1.0.0

Refactoring project to new project format. Add ASP.NET Core support (2.2.2 and higher)

Version 0.1.2

The most notable change is the requirement to manually add the header at the end of the request

Version 0.1.1

Improved the API a bit by adding a dependency on System.Web so calls such as Logger.Log() will add the header directly to the response.

Version 0.1.0

A very crude implementation. Largely untested, please file any bugs or issues on the GitHub issues page. I'm open to any and all suggestions to make this work better, please share your thoughts as issues.

License

The MIT License - Copyright (c) 2013 Chris Missal

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