This Visual Studio Code extension allows you to quickly insert console.log statements into your code. It provides a convenient way to add logging statements for debugging and monitoring purposes.
Press Alt+Q to insert a styled console.log statement at the current position.
The inserted console.log statement will display the line number where it is being triggered. For example: console.log('Line 13.').
If you have a selection, the extension will attempt to determine the type of the selection (function, array, object, or variable). It will include the selected text as an additional parameter in the console.log statement. For example: console.log('Line 13. Object: employeesObj', employeesObj).
The extension intelligently adds the console.log statement below the closing brackets of the selected code block if applicable.
This extension is currently in beta testing. It was initially developed for personal use but is now being shared with the community. Your feedback and suggestions are highly appreciated as they will help improve the extension further.
Launch Visual Studio Code.
Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon on the left sidebar or pressing Ctrl+Shift+X.
Search for "Console Log Extension" and click on "Install".
Once installed, you can start using the extension.
To insert a console.log statement:
Place the cursor at the desired location or select the code block you want to add the console.log to.
Press Alt+Q to insert the console.log statement.
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