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    React Toastify

    React notification made easy 🚀 !
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    React-Toastify

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    🎉 React-Toastify allow you to add notification to your app with ease. No more nonsense!

    Demo

    A demo is worth a thousand words

    Installation

    $ npm install --save react-toastify
    $ yarn add react-toastify
    

    RC.5 useLazyContainer has been removed. The lazy container is opt-in

    Features

    • Easy to setup for real, you can make it work in less than 10sec!
    • Super easy to customize
    • RTL support
    • Swipe to close 👌
    • Can display a react component inside the toast!
    • Has onOpen and onClose hooks. Both can access the props passed to the react component rendered inside the toast
    • Can remove a toast programmatically
    • Define behavior per toast
    • Pause toast when window loses focus 👁
    • Fancy progress bar to display the remaining time
    • Possibility to update a toast
    • You can controll the progress bar a la npgrogress 😲
    • Starting v5 the ToastContainer is optional if you want to 😎

    Usage

    One component to rule them all

    One ToastContainer to render them

    The toasts inherit ToastContainer's props. Props defined on toast supersede ToastContainer's props.

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { ToastContainer, toast } from 'react-toastify';
      import 'react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.css';
      // minified version is also included
      // import 'react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.min.css';
    
      class App extends Component {
        notify = () => toast("Wow so easy !");
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify !</button>
              <ToastContainer />
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Remember to render the ToastContainer once in your application tree. If you can't figure out where to put it, rendering it in the application root would be the best bet.

    What if I told you that the ToastContainer is optional

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
      import 'react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.css';
    
      // Call it once in your app. At the root of your app is the best place
      toast.configure()
    
      const App = () => {
        const notify = () => toast("Wow so easy !");
    
        return <button onClick={notify}>Notify !</button>;
      }
    

    The library will mount a ToastContainer for you if none is mounted.

    Configure the ToastContainer when it is mounted on demand

    The configure function accept the same props as the ToastContainer. As soon as the container is rendered call to configure will have no effect.

    toast.configure({
      autoClose: 8000,
      draggable: false,
      //etc you get the idea
    });
    

    Multi container support

    To enable multiple container support, you have to pass enableMultiContainer and specify a containerId and use it in each toast, to do so add containerId to the toast's options object.

    Note: adding enableMultiContainer prop to the <ToastContainer/ > will:

    • Check each toast to verify if its containerId match the container containerId so it can be rendered.
    • Ensure not to render any toast that has containerId.
    • Render any toast if both the toast and <ToastContainer/ > does not include containerId and containerId respectively.

    A simple example to demonstrate multi toast container capability.

    • Notify A button will show a toast on the bottom left.
    • Notify B button will show a toast on the top right.
      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { ToastContainer, toast } from 'react-toastify';
      import 'react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.css';
    
    
     class App extends Component {
        notifyA = () => toast('Wow so easy !', {containerId: 'A'});
        notifyB = () => toast('Wow so easy !', {containerId: 'B'});
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
                <ToastContainer enableMultiContainer containerId={'A'} position={toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_LEFT} />
                <ToastContainer enableMultiContainer containerId={'B'} position={toast.POSITION.TOP_RIGHT} />
    
                <button onClick={this.notifyA}>Notify A !</button>
                <button onClick={this.notifyB}>Notify B !</button>          
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Positioning toast

    By default, all the toasts will be positioned on the top right of your browser. If a position is set on a toast, the one defined on ToastContainer will be replaced.

    The following values are allowed: top-right, top-center, top-left, bottom-right, bottom-center, bottom-left

    For convenience, toast expose a POSITION property to avoid any typo.

     // toast.POSITION.TOP_LEFT, toast.POSITION.TOP_RIGHT, toast.POSITION.TOP_CENTER
     // toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_LEFT,toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_RIGHT, toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_CENTER
    
      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class Position extends Component {
        notify = () => {
          toast("Default Notification !");
    
          toast.success("Success Notification !", {
            position: toast.POSITION.TOP_CENTER
          });
    
          toast.error("Error Notification !", {
            position: toast.POSITION.TOP_LEFT
          });
    
          toast.warn("Warning Notification !", {
            position: toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_LEFT
          });
    
          toast.info("Info Notification !", {
            position: toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_CENTER
          });
    
          toast("Custom Style Notification with css class!", {
            position: toast.POSITION.BOTTOM_RIGHT,
            className: 'foo-bar'
          });
        };
    
        render(){
          return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
        }
      }
    

    Set autoclose delay or disable it

    • Set the default delay
      import React from 'react';
      import { ToastContainer } from 'react-toastify';
    
      // close toast after 8 seconds
      const App = () => (
        <ToastContainer autoClose={8000} />
      );
    
    • Set the delay per toast for more control
      import React from 'react';
      import { ToastContainer, toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class App extends Component {
        closeAfter15 = () => toast("YOLO", { autoClose: 15000 });
    
        closeAfter7 = () => toast("7 Kingdoms", { autoClose: 7000 });
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.closeAfter15}>Close after 15 seconds</button>
              <button onClick={this.closeAfter7}>Close after 7 seconds</button>
              <ToastContainer autoClose={8000} />
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    
    • Disable it by default
        <ToastContainer autoClose={false} />
    
    • Disable it per toast
        toast("hello", {
          autoClose: false
        })
    

    Render a component

    When you render a component, a closeToast function is passed as a props. That way you can close the toast on user interaction for example.

    import React from 'react';
    import { ToastContainer, toast } from "react-toastify";
    
    const Msg = ({ closeToast }) => (
      <div>
        Lorem ipsum dolor
        <button>Retry</button>
        <button onClick={closeToast}>Close</button>
      </div>
    )
    
    const App = () => (
      <div>
        <button onClick={() => toast(<Msg />)}>Hello 😀</button>
        <ToastContainer />
      </div>
    );
    

    You can also render a component using a function. More or less like a "render props":

    toast(({ closeToast }) => <div>Functional swag 😎</div>);
    

    Remove a toast programmatically

    An id is returned each time you display a toast, use it to remove a given toast programmatically by calling toast.dismiss(id)

    Without args, all the displayed toasts will be removed.

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class Example extends Component {
        toastId = null;
    
        notify = () => this.toastId = toast("Lorem ipsum dolor");
    
        dismiss = () =>  toast.dismiss(this.toastId);
    
        dismissAll = () =>  toast.dismiss();
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>
              <button onClick={this.dismiss}>Dismiss</button>
              <button onClick={this.dismissAll}>Dismiss All</button>
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Usage with redux

    "Talk is cheap. Show me the code"

    Edit react+redux+react-toastify

    Pause toast timer when the window loses focus

    The default behavior is to pause the toast timer whenever the window loses focus. You can opt-out by setting the pauseOnFocusLoss props to false:

    // Opt-out for all toast
    <ToastContainer pauseOnFocusLoss={false} />
    
    // Opt-out per toast
    toast('Hello', {
      pauseOnFocusLoss: false
    })
    

    Use a custom id

    A custom toastId can be used to replace the one generated. You can use a number or a string.

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class Example extends Component {
        notify = () => {
          toast("I cannot be duplicated !", {
            toastId: 13
          });
        }
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Prevent duplicate

    To prevent duplicates, you can check if a given toast is active by calling toast.isActive(id) like the snippet below. Or, you can use a custom toastId:

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class Example extends Component {
        toastId = null;
        customToastId = 'xxx-yyy';
    
        notify = () => {
          if (! toast.isActive(this.toastId)) {
            this.toastId = toast("I cannot be duplicated !");
          }
    
          toast("xxx-yyy cannot be duplicated", {
            toastId: customToastId
          });
        }
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Delay notification appearance

    You can delay the notification appearance as shown below. Under the hood the lib simply use setTimeout.

    toast('Show now');
    toast('Show after 1sec', { delay: 1000 })
    

    Note: toast.dismiss() has no effect if called during the delay before a given toast appears.

    Use a controlled progress bar

    Imagine you want to see the progress of a file upload. The example below feature axios, but it works with anything!

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
      import axios from 'axios';
    
      class Example extends Component {
        upload = () => {
          // we need to keep a reference of the toastId to be able to update it
          let toastId = null;
    
          axios.request({
            method: "post", 
            url: "/foobar", 
            data: myData, 
            onUploadProgress: p => {
              const progress = p.loaded / p.total;
    
              // check if we already displayed a toast
              if(toastId === null){
                  toastId = toast('Upload in Progress', {
                  progress: progress
                });
              } else {
                toast.update(toastId, {
                  progress: progress
                })
              }
            }
          }).then (data => {
            // Upload is done! 
            // The remaining progress bar will be filled up
            // The toast will be closed when the transition end
            toast.done(toast.id)
          })
        }
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.upload}>Upload something</button>
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Update a toast

    When you update a toast, the toast options and the content are inherited but don't worry you can update them.

    update-without-transition

    Basic example

    import React, { Component } from 'react';
    import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
    class Update extends Component {
      toastId = null;
    
      notify = () => this.toastId = toast("Hello", { autoClose: false });
    
      update = () => toast.update(this.toastId, { type: toast.TYPE.INFO, autoClose: 5000 });
    
      render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>
              <button onClick={this.update}>Update</button>
            </div>
          )
      }
    }
    

    Update the content

    If you want to change the content it's straightforward as well. You can render any valid element including a react component. Pass your value to a render option as follow:

     // With a string
     toast.update(this.toastId, {
        render: "New content",
        type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
        autoClose: 5000
      });
    
    // Or with a component
    toast.update(this.toastId, {
        render: <MyComponent />
        type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
        autoClose: 5000
      });
    

    Update the toast id

    If you want to update the toastId it can be done. But don't forget to use the new id!

    const myNewToastId = 'loremIpsum';
    
    toast.update(this.toastId, {
      render: "New content",
      type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
      autoClose: 5000,
      toastId: myNewToastId
    });
    
    toast.update(myNewToastId, {
      render: <MyComponent />
      autoClose: 6000
    });
    

    Apply a transition

    By default, when you update a toast, there is no transition applied. If you want to apply a transition, it can be done via the className or the transition option:

    update-with-transition

    // with css
    toast.update(this.toastId, {
      render: "New Content",
      type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
      //Here the magic
      className: 'rotateY animated'
    })
    
    // with glamor
    toast.update(this.toastId, {
      render: "New Content",
      type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
      //Here the magic
      className: css({
        transform: "rotateY(360deg)",
        transition: "transform 0.6s"
      })
    })
    
    // with transition
    toast.update(this.toastId, {
      render: "New Content",
      type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
      //Here the magic
      transition: Rotate
    })
    

    Reset option or inherit from ToastContainer

    If you want to inherit props from the ToastContainer, you can reset an option by passing null. It's particulary useful when you remove the closeButton from a toast and you want it back during the update:

    class Update extends Component {
      toastId = null;
    
      notify = () => this.toastId = toast("Hello", {
          autoClose: false,
          closeButton: false // Remove the closeButton
        });
    
      update = () => toast.update(this.toastId, {
          type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
          autoClose: 5000,
          closeButton: null // The closeButton defined on ToastContainer will be used
        });
    
      render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>
              <button onClick={this.update}>Update</button>
            </div>
          )
      }
    }
    

    Define callback

    You can define two callbacks on toast. They are really useful when the toast are not used only to display messages.

    • onOpen is called inside componentDidMount
    • onClose is called inside componentWillUnmount
      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      class Hook extends Component {
        notify = () => toast(<MyComponent foo="bar" />, {
          onOpen: ({ foo }) => window.alert('I counted to infinity once then..'),
          onClose: ({ foo }) => window.alert('I counted to infinity twice')
        });
    
        render(){
          return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
        }
      }
    

    Listen for change

    If you want to know when a toast is displayed or removed, toast expose a onChange method:

    toast.onChange( numberOfToastDisplayed => {
      // Do whatever you want
    });
    

    Set a custom close button or simply remove it

    Override the default one

    You can pass a custom close button to the ToastContainer to replace the default one.

    ⚠️ When you use a custom close button, your button will receive a closeToast function. You need to call it in order to close the toast. ⚠️

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast, ToastContainer } from 'react-toastify';
    
      const CloseButton = ({ YouCanPassAnyProps, closeToast }) => (
        <i
          className="material-icons"
          onClick={closeToast}
        >
        delete
        </i>
      );
    
      class CustomClose extends Component {
        notify = () => {
          toast("The close button change when Chuck Norris display a toast");
        };
    
        render(){
          return (
            <div>
              <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
              <ToastContainer closeButton={<CloseButton YouCanPassAnyProps="foo" />} />
            </div>
          );
        }
      }
    

    Define it per toast

      import React, { Component } from 'react';
      import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    
      // Let's use the closeButton we defined on the previous example
      class CustomClose extends Component {
        notify = () => {
          toast("The close button change when Chuck Norris display a toast",{
            closeButton: <CloseButton YouCanPassAnyProps="foo" />
          });
        };
    
        render(){
          return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
        }
      }
    

    Remove it

    Sometimes you don't want to display a close button. It can be removed globally or per toast. Pass false to closeButton props:

    • remove it by default
        <ToastContainer closeButton={false} />
    
    • remove it per toast
        toast("hello", {
          closeButton: false
        })
    

    -- if you removed it globally, you can display the default Button per toast (or you can set your custom button)

        toast("hello", {
          closeButton: true // or <FontAwesomeCloseButton />
        })
    

    Add an undo option to a toast like google drive

    See it in action:

    Edit l2qkywz7xl

    const ToastUndo = ({ id, undo, closeToast }) => {
      function handleClick(){
        undo(id);
        closeToast();
      }
    
      return (
        <div>
          <h3>
            Row Deleted <button onClick={handleClick}>UNDO</button>
          </h3>
        </div>
      );
    }
    
    class App extends Component {
      state = {
        collection: data,
        // Buffer
        toRemove: []
      };
    
      // Remove the row id from the buffer
      undo = id => {
        this.setState({
          toRemove: this.state.toRemove.filter(v => v !== id)
        });
      }
    
      // Remove definetly
      cleanCollection = () => this.setState({
        // Return element which are not included in toRemove
        collection: this.state.collection.filter(v => !this.state.toRemove.includes(v.id)),
        //Cleanup the buffer
        toRemove: []
      });
    
       // Remove row from render process
       // then display the toast with undo action available
      removeRow = e => {
        const id = e.target.dataset.rowId;
        this.setState({
          toRemove: [...this.state.toRemove, id]
        });
        toast(<ToastUndo undo={this.undo} id={id} />, {
          // hook will be called whent the component unmount
          onClose: this.cleanCollection
        });
      };
    
      renderRows() {
        const { collection, toRemove } = this.state;
    
        // Render all the element wich are not present in toRemove
        // Im using data-attribute to grab the row id
        return collection.filter(v => !toRemove.includes(v.id)).map(v => (
          <tr key={v.id}>
            <td>{v.firstName}</td>
            <td>{v.lastName}</td>
            <td>{v.email}</td>
            <td>
              <button onClick={this.removeRow} data-row-id={v.id}>
                Delete
              </button>
            </td>
          </tr>
        ));
      }
    
      render() {
        // Dont close the toast on click
        return (
          <div style={styles}>
            <table>
            <tbody>
              <tr>
                <th>name</th>
                <th>firstname</th>
                <th>gender</th>
                <th />
              </tr>
              {this.renderRows()}
              </tbody>
            </table>
            <ToastContainer closeOnClick={false} />
          </div>
        );
      }
    }
    

    Replace the default transition

    There is 4 built-in transitions provided:

    Bounce
    Slide
    Zoom
    Flip

    Bounce is used by default but you can replace it by your own transition or by one of the list above:

    import { Slide, Zoom, Flip, Bounce } from 'react-toastify';
    
      <ToastContainer
        transition={Slide}
      />
    //...
      <ToastContainer
        transition={YourCustomTransition}
      />
    

    You get the idea...

    Define a custom enter and exit transition

    The toast relies on react-transition-group for the enter and exit transition. Any transition built with react-transition-group should work !

    toastify_custom_trans

    I'll use the zoom animation from animate.css. Of course, you could create your own animation.

    /* style.css*/
    @keyframes zoomIn {
      from {
        opacity: 0;
        transform: scale3d(.3, .3, .3);
      }
    
      50% {
        opacity: 1;
      }
    }
    
    .zoomIn {
      animation-name: zoomIn;
    }
    
    @keyframes zoomOut {
      from {
        opacity: 1;
      }
    
      50% {
        opacity: 0;
        transform: scale3d(.3, .3, .3);
      }
    
      to {
        opacity: 0;
      }
    }
    
    .zoomOut {
      animation-name: zoomOut;
    }
    
    /* Not needed with the cssTransition helper */
    
    .animate {
      animation-duration: 800ms;
    }
    

    Ease your life with the cssTransition helper

    The easiest way to roll your own transition is by using the cssTransition helper. Doing so you don't need to deal with react-transition-group. You only need to provide the enter and the exit class name, the transition duration is set to 750ms by default but it can be overridden:

    import React, { Component } from 'react';
    import { toast, cssTransition } from 'react-toastify';
    import './style.css';
    
    const Zoom = cssTransition({
      enter: 'zoomIn',
      exit: 'zoomOut',
      // default to 750ms, can be omitted
      duration: 750,
    });
    
    class App extends Component {
      notify = () => {
        toast("ZoomIn and ZoomOut", {
          transition: Zoom,
          autoClose: 5000
        });
      };
    
      render(){
        return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
      }
    }
    
    Different duration for enter and exit

    If you want the transition duration to be different between the enter and exit transition pass an array:

    import React, { Component } from 'react';
    import { toast, cssTransition } from 'react-toastify';
    import './style.css';
    
    const Zoom = cssTransition({
      enter: 'zoomIn',
      exit: 'zoomOut',
      duration: [500, 800]
    });
    
    class App extends Component {
      notify = () => {
        toast("ZoomIn and ZoomOut", {
          transition: Zoom,
          autoClose: 5000
        });
      };
    
      render(){
        return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
      }
    }
    
    Handle transition based on the toast position

    Some transitions are based on the toast position. This is the case for the default one. If you pass appendPosition to the cssTransition helper as shown below, the current position will be appended to the enter and exit class name:

    import React, { Component } from 'react';
    import { toast, cssTransition } from 'react-toastify';
    import './style.css';
    
    const Zoom = cssTransition({
      // zoomIn will become zoomIn--top-right or zoomIn--top-left and so on
      enter: 'zoomIn',
      // zoomIn will become zoomOut--top-right or zoomOut--top-left and so on
      exit: 'zoomOut',
      // default to false
      appendPosition: true
    });
    
    class App extends Component {
      notify = () => {
        toast("ZoomIn and ZoomOut", {
          transition: Zoom,
          autoClose: 5000
        });
      };
    
      render(){
        return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
      }
    }
    

    Create a transition from scratch

    import React, { Component } from 'react';
    import { toast } from 'react-toastify';
    import Transition from 'react-transition-group/Transition';
    import './style.css';
    
    const ZoomInAndOut = ({ children, position, ...props }) => (
      <Transition
        {...props}
        {/* Same as the animation duration */}
        timeout={800}
        onEnter={ node => node.classList.add('zoomIn', 'animate')}
        onExit={node => {
          node.classList.remove('zoomIn', 'animate');
          node.classList.add('zoomOut', 'animate');
        }}
      >
        {children}
      </Transition>
    );
    
    class App extends Component {
      notify = () => {
        toast("ZoomIn and ZoomOut", {
          transition: ZoomInAndOut,
          autoClose: 5000
        });
      };
    
      render(){
        return <button onClick={this.notify}>Notify</button>;
      }
    }
    

    Swipe to remove

    You can swipe the toast to remove it:

    drag

    Define the width percentage to remove the toast

    You need to drag 80% of the toast width to remove it. This can be changed to fit your need:

    • Replace the default one:
    <ToastContainer draggablePercent={60}>
    
    • Replace per toast:
    toast('Hello', {
      draggablePercent: 60
    });
    

    Disable it

    • Disable by default for all toast:
    <ToastContainer draggable={false}>
    
    • Disable per toast:
    toast('Hello', {
      draggable: false
    });
    

    Le style

    style with css classes

    toast("Custom style",{
      className: 'black-background',
      bodyClassName: "grow-font-size",
      progressClassName: 'fancy-progress-bar'
    });
    

    style with glamor

    import { css } from 'glamor';
    
    toast("Custom style",{
      className: css({
        background: 'black'
      }),
      bodyClassName: css({
        fontSize: '60px'
      }),
      progressClassName: css({
        background: "repeating-radial-gradient(circle at center, red 0, blue, green 30px)"
      })
    });
    

    Define style globally

    <ToastContainer
      className='toast-container'
      toastClassName="dark-toast"
      progressClassName={css({
        height: "2px"
      })}
    />
    

    Right to left support

    Your app need to support rtl content? Set the rtl props to true:

      render(){
        return(
          {/*Component*/}
          <ToastContainer rtl />
          {/*Component*/}
        );
      }
    

    Include the bare minimum style

    To include the bare minimum required style you can do as follow:

    import 'react-toastify/dist/ReactToastify.minimal.css';
    

    Mobile

    On mobile the toast will take all the available width.

    react toastiy mobile

    Api

    ToastContainer

    Props Type Default Description
    position string top-right One of top-right, top-center, top-left, bottom-right, bottom-center, bottom-left
    autoClose false or number 5000 Delay in ms to close the toast. If set to false, the notification need to be closed manualy
    closeButton React Element or false - A React Component to replace the default close button or false to hide the button
    transition function - A reference to a valid react-transition-group/Transition component
    hideProgressBar bool false Display or not the progress bar below the toast(remaining time)
    pauseOnHover bool true Keep the timer running or not on hover
    pauseOnFocusLoss bool true Pause the timer when the window loses focus
    rtl bool false Support right to left content
    closeOnClick bool true Dismiss toast on click
    newestOnTop bool false Display newest toast on top
    className string\ object - Add optional classes to the container
    style object - Add optional inline style to the container
    toastClassName string\ object - Add optional classes to the toast
    bodyClassName string\ object - Add optional classes to the toast body
    progressClassName string\ object - Add optional classes to the progress bar
    progressStyle object - Add optional inline style to the progress bar
    draggable bool true Allow toast to be draggable
    draggablePercent number 80 The percentage of the toast's width it takes for a drag to dismiss a toast(value between 0 and 100)
    enableMultiContainer bool - Enable multi toast container support
    containerId string\number - Container id used to match toast with the same containerId
    role string alert Define the ARIA role for the toasts

    toast

    All the method of toast return a toastId except dismiss and isActive. The toastId can be used to remove a toast programmatically or to check if the toast is displayed.

    Parameter Type Required Description
    content string or React Element Element that will be displayed
    options object Options listed below
    • Available options :
      • type: Kind of notification. One of "default", "success", "info", "warning", "error". You can use toast.TYPE.SUCCESS and so on to avoid any typo.
      • onOpen: Called inside componentDidMount
      • onClose: Called inside componentWillUnmount
      • autoClose: same as ToastContainer.
      • closeButton: false to disable, a React Component to replace or true to display the default button.
      • transition: same as ToastContainer.
      • closeOnClick: same as ToastContainer.
      • hideProgressBar: same as ToastContainer.
      • position: same as ToastContainer
      • pauseOnHover: same as ToastContainer
      • pauseOnFocusLoss: same as ToastContainer
      • className: same as ToastContainer toastClassName
      • bodyClassName: same as ToastContainer
      • progressClassName: same as ToastContainer
      • draggable: same as ToastContainer
      • draggablePercent: same as ToastContainer
      • role: same as ToastContainer
      • toastId: optional integer or string to manually set a toastId. If an invalid type is provided a generated toastId will be used
      • progress: a value between 0..1 to control the progress bar
      • render: string or React Element, only available when calling update
      • delay: a number to let you delay the toast appearance
      • containerId: string or number to match a specific Toast container
      • onClick: Called when click inside Toast notification

    :warning:️ Toast options supersede ToastContainer props :warning:

    :warning:️ Manually setting a toastId overwrite automatically generated toastIds :warning:

    const Img = ({ src }) => <div><img width={48} src={src} /></div>;
    const options = {
        onOpen: props => console.log(props.foo),
        onClose: props => console.log(props.foo),
        autoClose: 6000,
        closeButton: <FontAwesomeCloseButton />,
        type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
        hideProgressBar: false,
        position: toast.POSITION.TOP_LEFT,
        pauseOnHover: true,
        transition: MyCustomTransition,
        progress: 0.2
        // and so on ...
    };
    
    const toastId = toast(<Img foo={bar}/>, options) // default, type: 'default'
    toast(({ closeToast }) => <div>Render props like</div>, options);
    toast.success("Hello", options) // add type: 'success' to options
    toast.info("World", options) // add type: 'info' to options
    toast.warn(<Img />, options) // add type: 'warning' to options
    toast.error(<Img />, options) // add type: 'error' to options
    toast.dismiss() // Remove all toasts !
    toast.dismiss(toastId) // Remove given toast
    toast.isActive(toastId) //Check if a toast is displayed or not
    toast.update(toastId, {
      type: toast.TYPE.INFO,
      render: <Img foo={bar}/>
    });
    toast.done(toastId) // completes the controlled progress bar
    toast.configure({
      autoClose: 8000,
      draggable: false,
      //same as ToastContainer props
    })
    toast.useLazyContainer(false) // disable lazy container
    

    cssTransition

    Parameter Type Required Default Description
    enter string - The class name that will be used when the toast enter
    exit string - The class name that will be used when the toast exit
    duration number\ Array 750 The transition duration in ms.
    appendPosition bool false Append or not the position to the class name: yourClassName--top-right, yourClassName--bottom-left...
    import { cssTransition } from 'react-toastify';
    
    const Zoom = cssTransition({
      enter: 'zoomIn',
      exit: 'zoomOut',
      duration: 750,
      appendPosition: false
    });
    
    const Zoom = cssTransition({
      enter: 'zoomIn',
      exit: 'zoomOut',
      duration: [500, 600],
      appendPosition: false
    });
    

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    License

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