Be aware of errors, warnings, and logs that are happening on your website without having to open the browser's console. See logs in a toast notification format and find out bugs you didn't know existed.
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Only you can see it
Don't worry, these notifications only appears for you. Other visitors can't see it.
Works on any website, any code
toast.log is a browser extension, so it works on any website, any theme and even works offline! You don't need to add any script or change your code.
Turn it on and off anytime
Works on dev, on prod, on your website or any other one. You control it. Turn it on/off anytime, or by specific domains addresses.
Filter the logs
Only interested on errors? Filter what you want to be notified of: errors, warnings, or logs.
Know the file name and the line number that is causing the error.
Search on Google with 1 click
The error notifications has a button to search the error on Google, this helps you fix it quicker. Because, most of the time, you were already going to do that anyway.
Sure! You can add specific addresses and domains to your settings where toast.log will automatically be opened, or you can just open it when you want to. By clicking on the extension icon, it will remain activated until you turn off or close the tab.
toast.log is developed and tested to work on Chrome and Firefox. It might work on all Chromium-based browsers. Safari coming soon, Internet Explorer maybe never.
Thank God no, haha. All the extension features are only visible to you, that means the website itself doesn't change for other visitors, only for you, and only when you activate toast.log. No worries!
Big arrays and big objects will be shown fully, not expandable. console.table, browsers warnings (like wrong source map, mixed content, extension errors, etc) and DOM elements are not well supported YET (We're working on it!). But it works well with all the other logs.
Each license is limited to 3 simultaneous activations - which can be easily deactivated and activated again by yourself on toastlog.com/my-license anytime.
No, just keep using console.log, etc as before. You don't need to add any script or change your code. It works like a charm.
No! The extension will remain opened on pages from the same domain or tab until you close them or turn toast.log off. That means you can refresh the page and navigate within a website freely.
No, toast.log doesn't send other visitors logs informations to a server (yet). So, all the errors that you'll be notified are the ones that you find while browsing through the website (yet).
“toast.log has been an incredible addon to my developer toolbelt. It’s often a hassle to open and close dev tools all the time. With toast.log I can navigate my applications as a normal user would while still being able to debug my code”
“A family member dropped me a message saying he was having issues with his contact form not sending so I used toast.log to see the log and then it made it so much easier to find the cause of the issue so I could fix it promptly”
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