Murray  Beatty

Murray Beatty


How to Make the Most Console Log

You probably think console.log() is so simple and you don’t need any tips on using it. Well, you say it’s simple just because you use it in simple ways.
In this article, I will show you some advanced tips to make the most of console.log()
Keep reading.

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How does tinder make money?

Essential information regarding how do dating apps make money and how does tinder make money. Moreover, we present unique ways to make money through dating apps.

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Using Azure Log Analytics Workspaces to collect Custom Logs from your VM


We all have seen the Monitoring Tab Key Metrics on the VM Page. Yes, it is useful to see whether the CPU has been running or not through the **CPU **metrics, to check when the VM is getting the data from the outside world through Network In metrics and if the VM is doing any kind of write operation using **Disk Operations/Sec **metrics but it’s not effective for the custom services that we build on VM. So, in this blog, I will be giving you an example of how to create your own log based on customer service, bring it to Azure Log Analytics Workspace using its default agent, and query it according to our needs, even better create an alert on it.


  1. An Azure Account
  2. Azure Virtual Machine Service
  3. Azure Log Analytics Workspace Service
  4. Azure Alert Service

Azure Virtual Machine:

Let’s start with the VM itself. You already have the service running on the VM but don’t know how to get those logs into the portal or even create a log for your services. So, let’s assume that you have not created the logs for your services. So for this blog, I will be taking a simple flask app as my example for the service. To get it up and running we must download the flask library from pip and then create a flask app similar to this below:

#logs #log-analytics #azure #azure log analytics

Wiley  Mayer

Wiley Mayer


How to Install Logstash | Liquid Web

Logstash is a free, open source, server-side data collection and processing engine which uses dynamic pipelining capabilities. It takes in information from multiple data sources, reconstructs it, and then sends it to a destination of our choice. Logstash also cleans and modifies the data for use in an advanced outbound analytics and visualization use cases. It is the L in the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana) and is typically responsible for sending data to Elasticsearch.

Effectively administrating Linux systems requires familiarity with the locations of and possible contents of logs. Application and system-level logs provide insight into an application’s behavior or the system that might not be apparent on the surface. When many cooperating systems each provide their logs, aggregating, and processing that information becomes imperative. This is where Logstash shines.

#tutorials #apt transport https #data filters #data pipeline #data processing #elasticsearch #elk #event pipeline #java #java jdk #kibana #log collector #log collectors #log files #logs #logstash #ubuntu #ubuntu 18.04

To Log, or Not to Log, That is The Question.

Logging is one of the those things are universally present in software projects with their different unique forms, requirements, and flavors.

Logging is everywhere, from small 1-person-startups to large enterprises. Even a simple algorithmic programming question involves some logging along the way.

We rely so much on logging to develop, maintain, and keep our programs up and running. However, not much attention has been paid to how to design logging within our systems.

Often times, logging is treated as a second thought – it’s only sprinkled into source code upon implementation like some magic powder that helps lighten the day-to-day operational abyss in our systems.

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Micheal  Block

Micheal Block


Make a Browser Console Log Wait for a Page Reload

Ever wanted to create a browser console log that persists after a page reloads? Sure, that isn’t a problem if you enable the “preserve log” option in your developer console, but hear me out.

Say you have a JavaScript framework with a development server that usually hot-reloads when you update files while the server is running. In the few cases where hot reloading isn’t possible and the page has to fully reload, you want to warn your users and explain why this is happening. It’d be nice to just log a warning to the console with console.warn(), but the moment it shows up in the console, wouldn’t you know, the page reloads, and the browser clears it. Even if your user is eagle-eyed enough to notice your warning flash on the screen for a fraction of a second, it certainly isn’t there long enough to actually read.

You could say that if any of your users don’t know where the “preserve log” button is then that’s their problem, but you’re kinder than that. You’d rather help them fall into the Pit of Success.

#nextjs #javascript #console-log #web-development #web-design