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print console in adobe mesh api

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Hi,

I am using adobe mesh api &  created mesh.json. I am running on my local. I want to console/debug the value passing from parent to child and for that i have added console.log in ./additional-resolvers.js. getting below error on run:

Error: LintError in File ./additional-resolvers.js: Unexpected console statement. , 'console' is not defined.

Hence use below lines to disable eslint

1)

// eslint-disable-next-line no-console
const resolvers = {}

2) Created eslintrc.js at project root dir with

module.exports = {
// other configurations...
rules: {
'no-console': 'off', // Allow console statements
},
};

3) eslint-disable-next-line no-console on console log statement

4) console.log('phrase value', phrase);// eslint-disable-line

 

But no luck...

Anybody can help me here?

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Hi @arunpatidar 

 

Discussed with Adobe team and As per them, console is not supported in adobe mesh hence it will not work.

We can debug it only. So we can closed this ticket

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Hi @HeenaMadan,

  1. Double-check your ESLint configuration and make sure it's being applied to your project. You can check this by running the command ./node_modules/.bin/eslint --print-config ./additional-resolvers.js and verifying that the .eslintrc.js file is included in the output.
  2. If the configuration is not being applied, you might need to adjust your package.json or .eslintrc.js to include the correct configuration path.
    Here's an example of how to do this in your package.json:

 

{
  "eslintConfig": {
    "root": true,
    "extends": ["./.eslintrc.js"]
  }
}​

Hope this helps!

 

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Community Advisor

Hi,

 

Discussed with Adobe team and as per them, console is not supported in adobe mesh hence it will not work.

We can debug it only. So we can closed this ticket

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Hi @HeenaMadan 

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Arun Patidar

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Hi @arunpatidar 

 

Discussed with Adobe team and As per them, console is not supported in adobe mesh hence it will not work.

We can debug it only. So we can closed this ticket