Grails Quickcast #7: Logging with Grails 3

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Logging with Grails 3

In this Quickcast, OCI Grails Team Member, Sergio del Amo Caballero, introduces several tips and tricks related to logging with a Grails 3 application.

Sergio discusses changes to logger names in Grails 3.3 and things to bear in mind when logging in Grails artifacts and Groovy POGOs.

Moreover, he explains the benefits of using Slf4j, parameterized logging, how to configure rolling logging, how to use an external configuration file, and more.

Meet the Presenter

Sergio del Amo | Grails Team Member

Sergio del Amo Caballero

Grails Team Member

OCI Grails Team member, Sergio del Amo, is an experienced web and mobile developer. He likes to create products, understand them, and evolve them.

For the past six years, Sergio has been developing Grails applications, and he is currently involved with client work, Grails Guides, Grails Plugins, and other aspects of the Framework. He feels genuinely empowered by Grails and likes how succinct and powerful Groovy is.

Since April 2015, Sergio has been the author of Groovy Calamari, a weekly newsletter about the Groovy Ecosystem: Grails, Geb, Gradle, and Ratpack.