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Simplify your logging with tinylog 1.0

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With a size of only 75 KB, tinylog is a lightweight alternative to the widespread classical logging frameworks Log4j and Logback. The final version 1.0 has been just released at the end of March, after three years of development. In several design issues, tinylog takes a deliberately different approach from classical logging frameworks in Java. This article will show the ...

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Customizing Log4j 2.0

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We are getting closer and closer to a Log4j 2 GA release and for that reason we should start looking into what it will give us. Personally I have a lot of reasons to be excited about Log4j 2.0. The community is great, the Apache License gives me a lot of freedom and finally it is protected by the Apache ...

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Apache log4j is the leading logging framework

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According to a survey from Zero Turnaround Apache log4j is the leading Java logging framework. This was actually a very interesting survey. It shows SLF4J is most often used as a logging facade with 61%. But it seems it is most often used with Apache Log4j, which is used by 52% of all survey participants. Just 29% use logback and ...

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Log4j 2: Performance close to insane

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Recently a respected member of the Apache community tried Log4j 2 and wrote on Twitter: @TheASF #log4j2 rocks big times! Performance is close to insane ^^ http://t.co/04K6F4Xkaa — Mark Struberg (@struberg) May 7, 2013 (Quote from Mark Struberg: @TheASF #log4j2 rocks big times! Performance is close to insane ^^ http://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/ ) It happened shortly after Remko Popma contributed something which ...

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