By Michael Auderer | December 13, 2018
Logging is one of the most useful tools available for developers. It allows them to view and understand the inner workings of their application, even while it’s actively running. It is absolutely essential during development; hunting down bugs and broken points in a project would be impossible without it.
However, with the rise of client-side rendering and SPAs, it’s becoming common for the frontend application to handle the vast majority of the user experience. Now more than ever, we need to leverage the benefits of logging on the client side to monitor problems in the user experience.