A simple logger for PHP which logs into Browser's console log instead of a File or a Database.

v1.0 2020-06-24 14:20 UTC

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Last update: 2021-03-24 16:01:54 UTC


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How it started ?

We all have been in situations where we wanted to step through the code by logging the variable details. Most of the time we simply do.


And I find this process tedious, stopping for a simple variable log. I wanted a simple console log just like Javascript which is my inspiration behind creating console logger.

It is similar console log, it follows PSR-3: Logger Interface standards so you don't have to learn anything new.

How to use it ?

  1. Install the Package using composer

    composer require akshaykhale1992/console-logger

  2. User the Logger

Sample Code:

include './vendor/autoload.php';
use consoleLogger\Logger;
(new Logger())->emergency("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->alert("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->critical("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->error("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->warning("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->notice("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->info("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->debug("This is from Server Side");
(new Logger())->group("'Group 1'");
(new Logger())->info("This is from a Group 1");
(new Logger())->info("This is from a Group 2");
(new Logger())->info("This is from a Group 3");
(new Logger())->groupEnd();
(new Logger())->info("This is from Server Side", ['this' => 'is', 'an' => 'Array']);
(new Logger())->info("This is from Server Side", ['this', 'is', 'a', 'simple', 'Array']);


  • Adding Test cases.