console.log allows for developers to write log events to certain web browsers. Here we will do a Hello World example using Chrome.
First, create a new html document, and add the code:
Open the document in Chrome and select F12 to open the developer tools. Go to the Console tab. You will now see the output:
This logging can be useful in troubleshooting code.
You can additionally write commands directly into the console:
Note you can also add additional parameters to console.log and it will print each out with a space in between. For example:
console.log("Hello World", 1, 2, 3);