App Messenger

Commercial by www.app-messenger.com |

It is standard practice for developers to log errors and warnings to event logs to help with debugging an app. Think of App-Messenger as an evolution to the good old event log; it delivers these messages directly to your smart phone (via email), or in real-time through its web client. App Messenger is an event log that can not only be accessed from anywhere through a rich web-based client, but an event log that pushes messages to the right people in real-time without one having to query for... More info »


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    Open Source by Nicko Cadell |
    Mac, Windows, Linux

    log4net is a tool to help the programmer output log statements to a variety of output targets. log4net is a port of the excellent log4j framework to the .NET runtime. We have kept the framework similar in...

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    Open Source by NLog Project |
    Mac, Windows, Linux

    NLog is a free logging platform for .NET with rich log routing and management capabilities. It makes it easy to produce and manage high-quality logs for your application regardless of its size or complexity. ...

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