|ReleasedLast Release||Mar 2015|
|LOCLines of Code||149|
AFNetworkActivityLogger is an extension for AFNetworking 2.0 that logs network requests as they are sent and received.
AFNetworkingTaskDidFinishNotificationnotifications, which are posted by AFNetworking as request operations and session tasks are started and finish. For further customization of logging output, users are encouraged to implement desired functionality by listening for these notifications.
Add the following code to
[[AFNetworkActivityLogger sharedLogger] startLogging];
NSURLSessionTask objects created by an
AFURLSessionManager will have their request and response logged to the console, a la:
GET http://example.com/foo/bar.json 200 http://example.com/foo/bar.json
If the default logging level is too verbose—say, if you only want to know when requests fail—then changing it is as simple as:
[[AFNetworkActivityLogger sharedLogger] setLevel:AFLoggerLevelError];
AFNetworkActivityLogger is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.