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logback-android - The reliable, generic, fast and flexible logging framework for Android

  •    Java

Runs on Android 2.1 or higher. See Wiki for documentation. Create a new "Basic Activity" app in Android Studio.

scala-logging - Convenient and performant logging library for Scala wrapping SLF4J.

  •    Scala

Scala Logging is a convenient and fast logging library wrapping SLF4J. If you are looking for a version compatible with Scala 2.10, check out Scala Logging 2.x.

scala-logging - Convenient and performant logging library for Scala wrapping SLF4J.

  •    Scala

Scala Logging is a convenient and performant logging library wrapping SLF4J.If you are looking for a version compatible with Scala 2.10, check out Scala Logging 2.x.




logstash-gelf - Graylog Extended Log Format (GELF) implementation in Java for all major logging frameworks: log4j, log4j2, java

  •    Java

See also http://logging.paluch.biz/ or http://www.graylog2.org/resources/gelf/specification for further documentation.You need to install the library with its dependencies (see download above) in Glassfish. Place it below the $GFHOME/glassfish/domains/$YOURDOMAIN/lib/ext/ path, then add the Java Util Logging to your logging.properties file.

lilith - Lilith is a Logging- and AccessEvent viewer for Logback

  •    Java

Lilith (@lilithapp) is a logging and access event viewer for Logback, log4j™, Log4j 2™ and java.util.logging. It has features roughly comparable to Chainsaw for log4j™, but with an emphasis on stability, high performance and throughput. In contrast to Chainsaw, it is handling received logging events using the hard disk instead of keeping them in memory. Because of this, it is able to handle millions of events from several sources at the same time.


logback-s3-rolling-policy - Logback RollingPolicy to store logs in S3

  •    Shell

logback-s3-rolling-policy automatically uploads rolled log files to S3. logback-s3-rolling-policy was forked from logback-s3 (https://github.com/shuwada/logback-s3) but transfered into a new project because changes were getting too big.

kamon-logback

  •    Scala

The kamon-logback module requires you to start your application using the AspectJ Weaver Agent. Kamon Logback is currently available for Scala 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12.

cloudwatchlogs-java-appender - Java log appender for AWS CloudWatch Logs when running within Boxfuse instances

  •    Java

The Boxfuse Java log appender for AWS CloudWatch Logs is a Logback and Log4J2 appender that ships your log events directly and securely to AWS CloudWatch Logs via HTTPS. All log events are structured and standardized. Each Boxfuse environment maps to an AWS CloudWatch Logs LogGroup which contains one LogStream per application.

terse-logback - Structured Logging Example with Logback

  •    Java

This is a Java project that shows how to use Logback effectively for structured logging. It should show how you configure Logback, and how you can reduce the amount of complexity in your end projects by packaging your logging appenders and configurators in a distinct project. The project is configured into several modules. The most relevant one to start with is logback-structured-config which shows a finished project put together.