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Simple Alert for vue.js

Simple Alert for vue.js

Vue Simple Alert

Simple but cool alert(), confirm(), prompt() for Vue.js.

Features

  • Provides simple alert(), confirm(), prompt() like DOM Window methods.
  • Based on sweetalert2.
  • Installed as a Vue.js plugin.
  • Promise based API.
  • Support typescript.

Install

npm i vue-simple-alert

Basic Usage

install plugin

// main.js
import Vue from "vue"
import VueSimpleAlert from "vue-simple-alert";

Vue.use(VueSimpleAlert);

Alert

// in any component

this.$alert("Hello Vue Simple Alert.");

Confirm

// in any component

this.$confirm("Are you sure?").then(() => {
  //do something...
});

Prompt

// in any component

this.$prompt("Input your name").then((text) => {
  // do somthing with text
});

Advanced Usage

You can use sweetalert2's fire() method through $fire().
For detailed usage, refer to sweetalert2 documentation.

// in any component

this.$fire({
  title: "Title",
  text: "text",
  type: "success",
  timer: 3000
}).then(r => {
 console.log(r.value);
});

API

alert(message?, title?, type?)

The alert() method displays an alert box with a specified message and an OK button.

  • message: string

Optional. Specifies the text to display in the alert box

  • title: string

Optional. Specifies title of the alert box

  • type: 'success' | 'error' | 'warning' | 'info' | 'question'

Optional. Specifies icon type.

  • returns: Promise<boolean>

Will be resolved when OK button clicked. If alert box closed by any other reason, this promise will be rejected.

confirm(message?, title?, type?, reverseButton?)

The confirm() method displays a dialog box with a specified message, along with an OK and a Cancel button.

  • message: string

Optional. Specifies the text to display in the confirm box

  • title: string

Optional. Specifies title of the confirm box

  • type: 'success' | 'error' | 'warning' | 'info' | 'question'

Optional. Specifies icon type.

  • reverseButton: boolean

Optional. Set to true if you want to invert default buttons positions.

  • returns: Promise<boolean>

Will be resolved when OK button clicked. If confirm box closed by any other reason, this promise will be rejected.

prompt(message, defaultText?, title?, type?, reverseButton?)

The prompt() method displays a dialog box that prompts the user for input.

  • message: string

Required. Specifies the text to display in the dialog box

  • defaultText: string

Optional. The default input text

  • title: string

Optional. Specifies title of the confirm box

  • type: 'success' | 'error' | 'warning' | 'info' | 'question'

Optional. Specifies icon type.

  • reverseButton: boolean

Optional. Set to true if you want to invert default buttons positions.

  • returns: Promise<string>

Will be resolved with input text when OK button clicked. If the user clicks OK without entering any text, promise will be resolved with an empty string. If dialog box closed by any other reason, this promise will be rejected.

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