Remove all console.log() from your project in less than a minute

Remove all console.log() from your project in less than a minute

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Introduction

console.log() is a debugging tool that can assist you to figure out what your code is doing. You may follow along as your code executes by displaying a message that contains either descriptive text that tells you what's going on or the values of certain variables.

Removing all console.log() from your project before production can be very difficult, Here is how to remove all console.log() from your project in less than a minute.

Step 1

Open your project in VS Code ( Since we are using Regex, It is easier to use it in VS Code )

Step 2

Click on the search icon on VS Code sidebar. It will open the search option

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Step 3

In search placeholder type console.log.*$ and select Use Regex option which can be found on the upper right corner of the search panel that’s designated by the icon .*

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Step 4

Once you searched for all the console.log(), Click on replace to remove all console.log() and BOOM πŸ’₯ Now you don't have any console.log() in your project

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