If you’ve ever developed an EOSIO smart contract, you might have seen the print statement which prints some output directly to the standard output pipe of nodeos. Well, you can now access that data through dfuse, and view it on eosq at the action level. 

console output
This data is also available through all dfuse APIs so you can hook to it, take off-chain decisions and build a great dapp for your users. This allows you to create innovative ways to exfiltrate data from your smart contracts, and reduces your on-chain bandwidth costs.

At dfuse, we love data, and we’re happy each time we can provide you with more, in a meaningful way that helps to improve your development experience.

Happy coding!

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