Logging is crucial for understanding what is happening to
your app in production. This course will teach you how to
use the Java Log System for logging and give you some
back practices for logging in your application as well.
Applications can sometimes behave unexpectedly, finding
out what is going on can be really difficult. This can be solved by
logging well. In this course, Java Core Libraries: Java Log
System, you’ll learn to log in your Java application. First,
you’ll explore the need for logging in applications and when
you should be logging. Next, you’ll discover how to write
log messages using je Java Log System. Finally, you’ll learn
how to configure the logging and set up handlers and log
formatters. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll
have the skills and knowledge of the Java Log System
needed to apply logging well in your own applications.
Maaike is trainer and software developer. She has trained professionals in the field of Java, Spring, C#, Python, Scrum, React and Angular. Next to the practical training and programming experience, Maaike has a lot of experience with short technical consulting projects and providing learning solutions for complex software development departments.
Course Overview Hi there, my name is Maaike van Putten, and welcome to my course Java Core Libraries: Java Log System. I'm a software developer and trainer at Bright Boost. In this course, we'll be dealing with logging in Java. Logging is the act of writing information about events and situations to a file or console. This information can contain errors, warnings, but also debug intel. The log is crucial for monitoring and troubleshooting your application. During this course, you'll learn how to log using the java.util.logging package, and you'll learn some best practices for logging. We'll work at a case of our imaginary client, Carved Rock Fitness, to start applying logging in an actual application right away. Some of the major topics include what is logging and when to use it, best practices for logging, how to get a logger, set levels and handlers, log formatters and filters, and how to use the LogManager and use a configuration file. By the end of this course, you should be comfortable applying logging to your own applications. And before beginning this course, you have to know the basics of Java. Let me help you get started logging with the java.util.logging package with my Java Core Libraries: Java Log System course, here at Pluralsight.