pfe-toast is a self-contained alert that is hidden on page load and slides in/out of the view when programmatically opened/closed.
<pfe-toast> <p>You've been successfully toasted!</p> </pfe-toast>
The default slot can contain any type of content.
auto-dismiss: This is an optional attribute string that you can provide to automatically dismiss the alert. The auto-dismiss delay value can be provided in seconds or in milliseconds. For example,
auto-dismiss="3000ms"will dismiss the toast alert after three seconds. If no delay value is provided, it will default to eight seconds.
close-label: This is an optional attribute string that you can provide that sets the aria-label on the close button in the shadow DOM. The aria-label attribute will default to "Close".
Manually opens a toast. Return the toast that has been opened.
Manually closes a toast. Returns the toast that has been closed.
Manually toggles a toast. Returns the toast that has been toggled.
Fires when a toast is manually openned.
Fires when a toast is manually closed.
npm run test
npm run build
From the PFElements root directory, run:
Toast (and all PFElements) use Prettier to auto-format JS and JSON. The style rules get applied when you commit a change. If you choose to, you can integrate your editor with Prettier to have the style rules applied on every save.
Toast element for PatternFly Elements
The npm package @patternfly/pfe-toast receives a total of 285 weekly downloads. As such, @patternfly/pfe-toast popularity was classified as not popular.
We found that @patternfly/pfe-toast demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity because the last version was released a year ago. It has 16 open source maintainers collaborating on the project.
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