Moving beyond console.log() — 8 console methods you should use when debugging JS and Node  ↦

When talking about the Console API, newbies usually use only some functions like 👌console.log(), ⚠️ console.warn(), or ❌ console.error() to debug their application, while often there are many other methods which can perfectly implement our requirements and improve debugging efficiency.

Guilty! ✋

This article is made to expose some of the most interesting console methods with related examples that I use while teaching at Codeworks. So let’s see a list of the 8 best functions from the Console module!

I have used console.table a few times (totally rad), but there’s plenty of functions here that I haven’t been using (and definitely should be).


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