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Galgo Android Library
We've noticed in some of our projects that sometimes we need to know what's going on behind the scenes with our apps but for some reason they're not connected to a computer, so we don't have access to the logs. This happens quite a lot when testers are, well, testing apps on several devices and can't have all of them hooked up to a computer or when they're running around the office.
To allow testers to have more insight into what the app is doing in the background, we've developed this tiny library which lets you send logging statements to it and they'll be displayed as an overlay on top of the UI. By default they're displayed with an alpha transparency to allow testers to still be able to interact with the UI, but you can customize the look & feel of the logging messages as you please.
This library is not meant to display extensive logging statements, such as the ones you might get as from an exception stack trace. Instead, it's more meant to log those small, informative logging statements that gives us some feedback as to what the app is doing when it seems like it's doing nothing.
Checkout our github page for Galgo:Galgo on Github
Hope you enjoy! Here's a Galgo: