Easy to use and lightweight logger for iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS and Linux.
Colorful, fast and lightweight logger, with a unique combination of great features.
A module that provides methods to measure and report the time used to execute Swift code.
Allows you to log details to the console (and optionally a file), just like you would have with NSLog or println, but with additional information, such as the date, function name, filename and line number.
A lightweight, one line setup, network debugging library that provides a quick look on all executed network requests performed by your app.
Class for logging excessive blocking on the main thread.
Provides an extensible logging API that is simple, lightweight and performant.
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Customizable Console UI overlay with debug log on top of your iOS App.
Brings logging on iOS to the next level. It supports console, file and remote Logstash logging via TCP socket with no effort.
Logging Utility in Xcode & Google Docs created while working on Qorum app (Hacker News For iOS Startups).
Log to console, file, HTTP service, or your own endpoint. Simple to get started, but smartly customizable.
A small yet powerful logging tool with built-in themes, formatters, and a nice API to define your owns.
A tiny log console to display information while using your iOS app.
Most natural Swift logging.
Automate box any value, print log without any format control symbol, change debug habit thoroughly.
An extensible monitoring framework.
Logging utility for Swift and Objective C.
Check your logs from your phone! 📲.
In-app iOS debugging tool with enhanced logging, networking info, crash reporting and more.
A powerful, yet lightweight logging library.
Automatically display Log,Crash,Network,ANR,Leak,CPU,RAM,FPS,NetFlow,Folder and etc with one line of code.
Simple, straight-forward debug logger.
A simple package for measuring and reporting the time taken for operations.
An API for reading from & writing to the Apple System Log (more commonly known somewhat inaccurately as "the console").