In order to use this logger, you only need include Logger.js in your html page. Logger class will automatically create a console for you at the bottom of the browser window when it is first time invoked.
This log console is drawable; sliding up and down by clicking the tab. Or, you can toggle the console on/off by calling Logger.toggle(), or Logger.open() and Logger.close().
Logger can be completely hidden from web browser by calling Logger.hide(). To get it back, call Logger.show().
log("Hello") : print a string, Hello log(123) : print a numeric value, 123 log() : print a blank line
Type text and press the button to print the text to the console window.
Logger can be disabled logging messages programatically. When Logger.disable() is called, any subsequent message will be ignored to print. In order to enable to print messages to the logger window again, call Logger.enable().
v1.14: Added toggle() to open or close the logger window.
Changed show()/hide() for visibility.
v1.13: Added the class name along with version string.
v1.12: Removed width and added margin-left for msgDiv.
v1.11: Added clear() function.
v1.10: Added enable()/disable() functions.
v1.09: Added z-index attribute on the logger container.
v1.08: Use requestAnimationFrame() for animations.
v1.07: Wrap a message if it is longer than the window width.
v1.06: Print "undefined" or "null" if msg is undefined or null value.
v1.05: Added time stamp for log() (with no param).
v1.04: Modified handling undefined type of msg.
v1.03: Fixed the error when msg is undefined.
v1.02: Added sliding animation easy in/out using cosine
v1.01: Changed "display:none" to visibility:hidden for logDiv.
Supported IE v8 without transparent background.
v1.00: First public release.