Android Logcat Log.v(), Log.d(), Log.i(), Log.w(), Log.e() – When to use each one?

Android Logcat is a part of application development to check results, errors,s, etc in an Android studio. Android app developers can thus get all logs and messages from their remote (or emulated on the virtual device) device. It allows to view, filter, and collects all application logs. In Android Studio, you can find at the bottom there Read More…