Logging within your NodeRun space

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Application to output numbers and their squares to the console


Last updated on July 3, 2019

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Logging within your NodeRun space

This space outputs data to the Node.js console, which is automatically directed to the server logs. Each workspace comes with its own Node.js web server and its own set of logs. The logs can be used to output and analyze information such as debugging data and errors. Typically, when a runtime error occurs, detailed information can be found in the logs.

Launching this app

This app can be launched from the Launch menu.

Viewing the output

Under the Server menu, select View Server Logs.

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