We redirect Console. WriteLine() into a remote browser

so you can see remotely what your .NET applications are doing


"A one-line alternative to complex logging solutions that is completely free"

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Getting started


1. Install ConsoleWriteLineRocks SDK to your project
PM> Install-Package ConsoleWriteLineRocksSDK
2. Redirect Console.Out and do some Console.WriteLine()
using System;
using ConsoleWriteLineRocksSDK;

class Program
{
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        Console.SetOut( ConsoleWriteLineRocks.Feed("your-unique-feed-TNM7Bf") ); 
        // "your-unique-feed-TNM7Bf" is a random feed name for this demo
        // you can use any feed name you like (it's a good idea to choose a unique one)
        
        Console.WriteLine("Hello World!");

        Console.ReadKey(); 
        // it takes a few millisecs to capture Console.WriteLine() output
        // not a problem in production environmetns with long running apps
    }
}
3. Run the application
4. See your applications Console.WriteLine() output here ont his website:

5. Check your application's output later, by typing it's feed name here ↓

See your remote applications


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Free to use

No fee, no creditcard, no registration

Zero logs

Your Console.WriteLine() output is not stored on our end

Let's face it, PRINT DEBUGGING stays with us
Using our service is the simplest, laziest and most opportunistic way to cope with that
Look professional, quote Brian Kernighan:

The most effective debugging tool is still careful thought, coupled with judiciously placed print statements.
- Brian Kernighan, 1979

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