In this tutorial, we will learn 5 Useful Browser Console Functions (Other Than Log). Let’s take a look at five of the most useful functions to make your development experience more effective.
One of the most useful tools in a web developer’s arsenal is the trusty old
console.log() function. Whether you’re trying to debug an error, check if a function has been called, or investigate the shape of an HTTP response,
console.log() will probably be your go-to utility.
But what if I told you there’s more to the console? What if I told you there were even more useful and powerful functions it can perform to make these tasks easier and simpler? Well, it turns out that when you look deeper into the console, it has functions beyond
.log(). Let’s take a look at five of the most useful functions to make your development experience more effective.
Note: While these functions are widely available in most modern browsers, they may not be available in all of them and may be implemented differently across each.