Class Ember.Logger

public
Module: ember
Since: v3.1.3

Inside Ember-Metal, simply uses the methods from imports.console. Override this to provide more robust logging functionality.

Show:

Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

bool
Boolean
Value to test
message
String
Assertion message on failed

If the value passed into Ember.Logger.assert is not truthy it will throw an error with a stack trace.

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 Ember.Logger.assert(true); // undefined
 Ember.Logger.assert(true === false); // Throws an Assertion failed error.
 Ember.Logger.assert(true === false, 'Something invalid'); // Throws an Assertion failed error with message.
Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

arguments
*

Logs the arguments to the console in blue text. You can pass as many arguments as you want and they will be joined together with a space.

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 var foo = 1;
 Ember.Logger.debug('log value of foo:', foo);
 // "log value of foo: 1" will be printed to the console
Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

arguments
*

Prints the arguments to the console with an error icon, red text and a stack trace. You can pass as many arguments as you want and they will be joined together with a space.

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 Ember.Logger.error('Danger! Danger!');
 // "Danger! Danger!" will be printed to the console in red text.
Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

arguments
*

Logs the arguments to the console. You can pass as many arguments as you want and they will be joined together with a space.

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 var foo = 1;
 Ember.Logger.info('log value of foo:', foo);
 // "log value of foo: 1" will be printed to the console
Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

arguments
*

Logs the arguments to the console. You can pass as many arguments as you want and they will be joined together with a space.

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 var foo = 1;
 Ember.Logger.log('log value of foo:', foo);
 // "log value of foo: 1" will be printed to the console
Module: ember

Available since v3.1.3

arguments
*

Prints the arguments to the console with a warning icon. You can pass as many arguments as you want and they will be joined together with a space.

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 Ember.Logger.warn('Something happened!');
 // "Something happened!" will be printed to the console with a warning icon.