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MobGen Logger (M0bG3n)

Focus in business logic and leave the logging to MobG3n Logger.

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The purpose of this project is to make Java code logging simply non-forgettable. This is in response to most of the developers tends to forget logging the entry and/or exit of a method execution. This vital information is very important especially when the project is already in the maintenance phase. Because in this phase, some production use cases are never tested during the validation phase. These logging information can help isolate this problems.

With MObG3n Logger, it frees the developer to think about this logging information anymore and focus in the business logic. However, this logging information will be introduced in the implementation as Aspect.

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MIT License

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Intended Audience

Developers, Information Technology, Architects

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2012-04-27

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