◾️console.warn Outputs a warning message to the Web Console. Our friend when we use many console.logs! :) It usually displays in yellow and shows the trace too.
◾️console.trace (non standard) Outputs a stack trace to the Web Console.
◾️console.timeLog Logs the current value of a timer that was previously started by calling console.time() to the console.
◾️console.time Starts a timer you can use to track how long an operation takes. You give each timer a unique name. When you call console.timeEnd() with the same name, the browser will output the time, in milliseconds, that elapsed since the timer was started.
◾️console.profile (non standard) Starts recording a performance profile. Working in Firefox. Apparently not in Chrome?
◾️console.memory It seems to be an alias for "performance.memory". Not this is not a method. Won't have (). Gets memory information such as: - jsHeapSizeLimit - totalJSHeapSize - usedJSHeapSize
◾️https://t.co/kJfMigKR2b (Firefox only?) The console .info() method outputs an informational message to the Web Console. In Firefox, a small "i" icon is displayed next to these items in the Web Console's log. I can't see any difference in Chrome with console.log. Someone do?
◾️group.collapse Creates a new inline group in the Web Console. Unlike https://t.co/PK0vLB62ix(), however, the new group is created collapsed. The user will need to use the disclosure button next to it to expand it, revealing the entries created in the group.
◾️console.groupEnd Related with the previous https://t.co/PK0vLB62ix. Exits the current inline group in the Web Console.
◾️https://t.co/PK0vLB62ix Creates a new inline group in the Web Console log. This indents following console messages by an additional level, until console.groupEnd() is called. Useful to debug but keep things "clean":
◾️console.error You guessed! Outputs an error message to the Web Console. It usually displays in red. Usually contains the trace of the error. Useful to debug.