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Code Quality Rank: L4
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Programming language: JavaScript
License: MIT License
Tags: Modals And Popups     Alert     Popup     Modal     Sweetalert    
Latest version: v2.1.2

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README

A beautiful replacement for JavaScript's "alert"

Installation

$ npm install --save sweetalert

Usage

import swal from 'sweetalert';

swal("Hello world!");

Upgrading from 1.X

Many improvements and breaking changes have been introduced in the 2.0 release. Make sure you read the upgrade guide to avoid nasty suprises!

Guides

Documentation

Examples

An error message:

swal("Oops!", "Something went wrong!", "error");

A warning message, with a function attached to the confirm message:

  • Using promises: javascript swal({ title: "Are you sure?", text: "Are you sure that you want to leave this page?", icon: "warning", dangerMode: true, }) .then(willDelete => { if (willDelete) { swal("Deleted!", "Your imaginary file has been deleted!", "success"); } });
  • Using async/await: ```javascript const willDelete = await swal({ title: "Are you sure?", text: "Are you sure that you want to delete this file?", icon: "warning", dangerMode: true, });

if (willDelete) { swal("Deleted!", "Your imaginary file has been deleted!", "success"); }


### A prompt modal, where the user's input is logged:
  - Using promises:
  ```javascript
  swal("Type something:", {
    content: "input",
  })
  .then((value) => {
    swal(`You typed: ${value}`);
  });
  • Using async/await: ```javascript const value = await swal("Type something:", { content: "input", });

swal(You typed: ${value});


### In combination with Fetch:
  - Using promises:
  ```javascript
  swal({
    text: "Wanna log some information about Bulbasaur?",
    button: {
      text: "Search!",
      closeModal: false,
    },
  })
  .then(willSearch => {
    if (willSearch) {
      return fetch("http://pokeapi.co/api/v2/pokemon/1");
    }
  })
  .then(result => result.json())
  .then(json => console.log(json))
  .catch(err => {
    swal("Oops!", "Seems like we couldn't fetch the info", "error");
  });
  • Using async/await: ```javascript const willSearch = await swal({ text: "Wanna log some information about Bulbasaur?", button: { text: "Search!", closeModal: false, }, });

if (willSearch) { try { const result = await fetch("http://pokeapi.co/api/v2/pokemon/1"); const json = await result.json(); console.log(json); } catch (err) { swal("Oops!", "Seems like we couldn't fetch the info", "error"); } }


## Using with React

SweetAlert has tools for [integrating with your favourite rendering library.](https://sweetalert.js.org/guides/#using-with-libraries).

If you're using React, you can install [SweetAlert with React](https://www.npmjs.com/package/@sweetalert/with-react) in addition to the main library, and easily add React components to your alerts like this:

```javascript
import React from 'react'
import swal from '@sweetalert/with-react'

swal(
  <div>
    <h1>Hello world!</h1>
    <p>
      This is now rendered with JSX!
    </p>
  </div>
)

Read more about integrating with React

Contributing

If you're changing the core library:

  1. Make changes in the src folder.
  2. Preview changes by running npm run docs
  3. Submit pull request

If you're changing the documentation:

  1. Make changes in the docs-src folder.
  2. Preview changes by running npm run docs
  3. Run npm run builddocs to compile the changes to the docs folder
  4. Submit pull request

Contributors

This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute. [Contribute].

Backers

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Sponsors

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*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the SweetAlert README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.