What is Log4j?
It is an open source logging framework. With this tool – logging behavior can be controlled by editing a configuration file only without touching the application binary and can be used to store the Selenium Automation flow logs.
Log4j is a tool in the Logging Tools category of a tech stack.
Log4j is an open source tool with 856 GitHub stars and 519 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Log4j's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Log4j?
3 companies reportedly use Log4j in their tech stacks, including Marstech, MiruServ, and internet-of-things.
14 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Log4j.
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