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Actually the console API has .log, .warn, .error and other methods, not just .log.

In fact it has .assert, .count and other useful methods. See https://developer.chrome.com/devtools/docs/console-api

Posted to Turnip Helper over 1 year ago

What's wrong with using guard? I have 2-3 screens. I code in one, have the docs in another alongside a terminal running Guard (re-runs tests everytime vim/IDE loses focus or you save)

I can see that this is good for running individual features, but Guard only runs the updated files.

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