🍞 toast.log is a browser extension for web developers. 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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πŸ‘‹ Hi Hunters! Last month I had an idea to make a browser extension to see the console logs like toasts (temporary popups notifications). So I made a proof of concept, posted on Twitter, and BOOM! It had over 1,100 likes and 160 pre-orders! People liked it a lot, so I made it :) 🍞 toast.log is a browser extension that listens to your console and displays logs, warnings, and errors in a toast notification format - so you don't need to open your console. ✨ toast.log is especially useful for: - Discovering bugs you didn't know existed; - Saving your time; - Having more space on your screen when debugging your console; - Having some fun seeing the logs of the websites you're browsing. πŸ’° toast.log is a paid extension. Along with CSS Scan and CSS Scan Pro, this is my full-time work, so you'll always receive updates! πŸ™Œ 🎁 To celebrate the launch day, we're running a limited 50% offer on the website! https://toastlog.com πŸ™ I’m excited to share it with you and genuinely interested in hearing what you think about it. πŸ’Œ Thanks to everyone that already bought it and supported my work! If you have any ideas or suggestions, I'm all ears.
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its annoyingly brilliant idea. Other makers are kicking themselves thinking "why didn't I think of this?" I am any ways :D
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@chiubaca Haha, there are still plenty of ideas out there! Thanks Alex :)
@chiubaca I am thinking the same thing.
Been using it for two weeks already. Such a simple addition to my stack with a huge productivity payoff!
@lenilsonjr_ Thank you so much for the support and the testimonial on the website, Lenilson! πŸ™Œ
I bought a license as soon as I saw the tweet about it. Fantastic product.
@supremerumham Thank you so much, Alex! :)
Cheers! ?makers This is a nice must-have tool for debugging. My suggestion is if you could extend it beyond console.log and be a general Toast service, that would be great also! P.S: The one thing I noticed is you don't provide any live demo before purchase which is a bit of drawback.
@ahangari Thank you for the feedback, Amir! What do you mean by a general toast service? I'm open to new ideas :) Thanks for the heads up about a demo. I'll work on that.
A tool for developers to show toasts in their website. Like showing a toast by using Toast.show() function in the script.
@ahangari @gvrizzo I think he means a public API for developers to use your toast logger in other ways. For example I'd like to style it differently, toggle auto-hide, add new log levels