The AlamofireNetworkLogger library is a powerful debugging tool that allows developers to log network requests and responses made by an Alamofire-based application. With this tool, you can gain valuable insights into the network traffic of your app and troubleshoot any issues that might arise.


To integrate the AlamofireNetworkLogger library into your project, you can use one of the following methods:


  1. Ensure that you have CocoaPods installed on your system.
  2. Add the following line to your Podfile:
    pod 'AlamofireNetworkLogger'
  3. Run the command pod install to install the library.
  4. Import the AlamofireNetworkLogger module into your project.

Manual Installation:

  1. Download the latest version of the AlamofireNetworkLogger library from the GitHub repository.
  2. Add the AlamofireNetworkLogger.swift file to your project.
  3. Import the AlamofireNetworkLogger module into your project.


Once you have successfully integrated the AlamofireNetworkLogger library into your project, you can start using its powerful logging capabilities. Here’s how you can get started:

Enabling Logging:

The AlamofireNetworkLogger library uses a singleton instance of the `NetworkLogger` class to handle logging. To enable logging, simply call the `enableLogging()` method wherever you want to start logging network requests and responses.


Disabling Logging:

If you want to disable logging at any point in your code, you can call the `disableLogging()` method.


Output Format:

The library provides a default output format for the logged requests and responses. The format includes information such as network method, URL, request headers, request body, status code, response headers, and response data. However, you can customize the output format according to your preference. Please refer to the library documentation for more information on customizing the output format.

Additional Features:

The AlamofireNetworkLogger library also provides additional features to enhance its debugging capabilities. Some of these features include:

Request Filtering:

You can apply filters to selectively log specific network requests based on criteria such as method, URL, or request/response data. This can be particularly useful when you need to focus on specific requests during debugging.

Custom Output Handlers:

You have the flexibility to define custom output handlers to handle the logged requests and responses. This allows you to process the logged data in any way that suits your needs.

Advanced Configuration:

The library provides advanced configuration options to fine-tune its behavior. You can configure settings such as log level, output destination, or even provide your own instance of the logger class.


The AlamofireNetworkLogger library is an essential tool for any developer working with Alamofire-based applications. By enabling detailed logging of network requests and responses, you can significantly simplify the debugging process and gain valuable insights into your app’s network traffic.