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    Vitali Kniazeu
    @vkniazeu
    https://github.com/code-chunks/angular2-logger/issues/49#issuecomment-230161471
    Have you had any luck with loading the angular2-logger dynamically?
    Vitali Kniazeu
    @vkniazeu
    Giuseppe Fioretti
    @PeppeFioretti_twitter
    Hi, I noticed that when the app.component loads, there is an angular2-logger.js not fount in the console. While on Firefox, Chrome and certain versions of IE this has no practical effect, I suspect that on other IE versions this causes the application not to load with a "Promise.then" exception. Are you planning to remove this little issue? If you need it, I can provide you with full stack trace and IE version at the most granular level.
    Giuseppe Fioretti
    @PeppeFioretti_twitter
    I forgot to mention that I am using system js as loader, configured exactly as in your public example; Angular2 RC5 and angular-2 loggger at its latest version 0.4.5. Also, I'd like to add that the same code works on Firefox 42.0; Chrome 52.0, IE 11.0.9600.18230 on Windows 7 but NOT on IE 11.0.9600.18426 on Windows 2008 Server.
    Armando Garcia Moran
    @langley-agm
    Hi @PeppeFioretti_twitter sorry I didn't respond before, I'll take a look at it, do you mind opening an issue in Git specifying its an IE issue only?
    david m chinn
    @dchinn
    i'm new to ng2; how would i use this to log error messages to the server?
    jdang67
    @jdang67
    Hi, can the logger show the origin of the log entry such as class name and method name?
    TheDoozyLulu
    @TheDoozyLulu
    I am relatively new to both Angular 2 and typescript. I want to create a log file in angular 2. Can it be possible using angular 2.
    Armando Garcia Moran
    @langley-agm
    Not in a natively way, angular runs in the front end, in the client's pc, you need your logs in the backend, in your server, you'd have to send every message back to the server and send them to a file yourself or with a backend logger
    TheDoozyLulu
    @TheDoozyLulu
    Okay. I understand. Thanks @langley-agm