The Slim Framework provides us with the Log object. Writing logging messages involves with calling various functions on that object.

<?php

namespace Com\LifeMichael\Samples;

require 'Slim/Slim.php';

\Slim\Slim::registerAutoloader();

$application = new \Slim\Slim();
$logger = $application->log;
$logger->setEnabled(true);
$logger->setLevel(\Slim\Log::DEBUG);

$environment = \Slim\Environment::getInstance();

$application->get(
    '/simplelogs',
    function ()
    {
        GLOBAL $logger;
        $logger->info("i m now starting the get handling function");
        echo "<data>response</data>";
        $logger->info("i m now ending the get handling function");
    });

$application->run();

?>

The following video clip overviews this code sample, shows its execution and explains each and every part of it.

You can find more video clips, code samples and training material for learning how to use this framework in my free online courses website at http://abelski.lifemichael.com.

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