Simple aspect oriented annotation debugging library for Android development.
Frodo is an android library inspired by Hugo, mainly used for logging RxJava Observables and Subscribers outputs on the logcat. It generates and weaves code based on annotations only on debug versions of the application where the plugin is applied, for instance, it is safe to persist any Frodo annotation in the codebase.
Simple logger with support sections and json representation in the original form.
A logging library for Android with focus on convenient usage and extensibility.
Herald provides a very simple way to initialize logger objects and does all magic for you. You can annotate any field of some class with a
@Log annotation to let Herald inject suitable logger in this field. It does not matter whether it is a static field or not.
Log is a super-simple drop-in replacement for
android.util.Log that can also be used in normal Java projects.
Capture debug logging to a file that user can easily send to you via email.
Trail is a simple logging system for Java and Android. Create logs using the same API and the library will detect automatically in which platform the code is running.
TimberLorry is a log collector without data loss (e.g. reboot, exit application). Library stores logs in the buffer (internal database by default), and periodically sends it to an endpoint. If no internet connection available, the periodical work will not be executed.
An Android Logger with a lot of options for debugging that helps a lot to developers. You can easily add logs everywhere in your APP and manage showing them by limit them by Codes or by their Class name. It also will show you that logs was called from which file and which line, you also can see which class and which line called your current method.
The design goals of this project are as follows:
Android UI logger library.
A Simple Log Tool.
An encapsulation of android.util.Log, which provides:
Reads Android UI automator file outout and write a JUNIT Xml file. For example for usage in CI server as Jenkins.
Just another logging framework. Multiple combinable logging classes. Combine local logging with rolling file logging with Crashlytics with NewRelic...
puree-android is a log collector which provides some features like below:
Puree helps you unify your logging infrastructure.
Sometimes we want/need to know what's going on behind the scenes but our app is not always connected to our computer to let us check the logs. Galgo will let you display your log messages as an overlay on top of your UI.
Extremely useful for testers who want to have more insight into what's going on behind the scenes in our apps when it misbehaves.
You can also define some basic settings such as background color, text color, text size and number of lines to display on screen so it better fits your needs.
Useful logger for Android based on standard android.util.Log class. Simple lightweight (< 50 Kb) implementation of SLF4J API. Easy but powerful configuration via properties file and some additional helpful logging methods. Easy analogue of popular log4j library.
Debug library provides a lot of useful information. For ex., Java file name as tag, method name and a line number where Debug function was called.
Also, it wraps String.format(), so you can create any message with nearly any quantity of variables to check at almost no pain (and time).
Do you have a library that needs some initial setup like an api key or credentials and without these the library won't work? Now you can use ArrowLogger to highlight this to the developers that use your library.
ArrowLogger allows you to manicly shake your hands infront of your users face and be like "Helllooo you missed this!".
This library is based on the official slf4j-android implementation but with some differences. It does not use the classname as the log tag but instead appends it after the message. It also appends the line number and current thread. Configuration of the log tag is done through a properties file (logger.properties).