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How to log with parameters in Laravel 8

Learn how to pass parameters when logging messages in Laravel to provide more data

Created on Aug 11, 2021

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In Laravel, you can log messages using the Log facade. There are 8 types of logs depending on the situation and below is the list of the available logs in Laravel.

All Type of Logs in Laravel
use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Log;

Log::emergency($message);
Log::alert($message);
Log::critical($message);
Log::error($message);
Log::warning($message);
Log::notice($message);
Log::info($message);
Log::debug($message);

Passing Parameters to Logs
To pass parameters when logging data you can pass an array as the 2nd parameter. You can pass any number of key-value pairs as necessary.
Log::alert('Some alert message mere', ['hello' => 'world']);
Log::info('Some info message mere', ['hello' => 'world']);

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