Sometimes we need some complicated view to be displayed (such as generating complicated table). Most people suggest that in MVC the View must be as simple as possible (don't have too much loops, etc). So what we have to do is to hide away the complex code by putting it at somewhere else. The following are few places options to keep the function:
Created 5 years ago by Mike – Tips – 2 comments – viewed 8,865 times
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Say, you want to write a test for a component which provides a caching feature. How would you know, that some method of your component returns a cached result? With the solution described here you can inspect all log outputs. So you could search the logs for accesses to the DB to really make sure, that the result was served from cache.
This article is helpful only if you have the following situation:
A web app which uses facebook login to login its users and if a user is logged out from his/her facebook account through another browser tab, then your app dont know that he is logged out out or not from his facebook account and he/she will remain as logged in your web application.Its ok if you have no problem with this situation.But if you want to forcefully logout the user from your application if he is logged out from his facebook account means you can try this example.This example uses periodic ajax calls to facebook's graph api to check whether the user is logged in or not.
So I've been busy making lots of modifications to my views/models/controllers - came to test the app and got a blank screen. Nothing in the application.log file so must be a syntax error somewhere... But which file?