You can create simple notifications that fade away after an interval.
Sticky Notifications & Titles
You can also create sticky notifications that need to be closed, and optionally can add a title.
Custom WebStyles can also be applied programatically.
How To Use
Open the ToastrIJ project and copy the
ToastrIJ folder, or just the
ToastrIJ control from inside it into your project.
ToastrIJ control onto your page and give it a useful name such as
Toastr. It'll sit in the page's tray as it can not be positioned on the page.
In the inspector you can change some Notification Options and the Notification Position settings. All of these options can also be set programatically.
Whether or not every notification should have a close button, regardless of whether it is a sticky notification or not. Sticky notifications always have a close button.
How long does rolling the mouse over a notification extend how long it takes before it fades away. Default is 1 second (1,000 miliseconds).
How long until a non-sticky notification fades away. Default is 5 seconds (5,000 miliseconds).
Full Width. Default is
Bottom. Default is
Displaying a Notification
It's as simple as...
Toastr.Display("This is a message")
That'll get you the default Info type message.
For an Error message...
Toastr.Display("Does not compute!", ToastrIJ.Type.Error)
There are four types:
ToastrIJ.Type.Info ToastrIJ.Type.Success ToastrIJ.Type.Warning ToastrIJ.Type.Error
There are two signatures for the
Public Sub Display(Message As String, Type As ToastrIJ.Type = ToastrIJ.Type.Info, Sticky As Boolean = False) Public Sub Display(Message As String, Type As ToastrIJ.Type = ToastrIJ.Type.Info, Title As String = "", Sticky As Boolean = False)
If you need to clear all notifications in one fell swoop, use:
To turn off the fade animation:
The included demo app can be run to see some of the features.
How To Get
git clone https://github.com/ianmjones/ToastrIJ.git
Ian M. Jones
Standard MIT license (a.k.a. do what you like with it except claim it as your own)...
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