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ToastComponent

Represents the React Toast Component

<Toast></Toast>

Properties

animation

ToastAnimationSettingsModel

Specifies the animation configuration settings for showing and hiding the Toast.

Defaults to { show: { effect: ‘FadeIn’, duration: 600, easing: ‘linear’ },hide: { effect: ‘FadeOut’, duration: 600, easing: ‘linear’ }}

buttons

ButtonModelPropsModel[]

Specifies the collection of Toast action buttons to be rendered with the given Button model properties and its click action handler.

Defaults to [{}]

content

string | HTMLElement

Specifies the content to be displayed on the Toast. Accepts selectors, string values and HTML elements.

Defaults to null

cssClass

string

Defines single/multiple classes (separated by space) to be used for customization of Toast.

Defaults to null

enablePersistence

boolean

Enable or disable persisting component’s state between page reloads.

Defaults to false

enableRtl

boolean

Enable or disable rendering component in right to left direction.

Defaults to false

extendedTimeout

number

Specifies the Toast display time duration after interacting with the Toast.

Defaults to 1000

height

string | number

Specifies the height of the Toast in pixels/number/percentage. Number value is considered as pixels.

Defaults to ‘auto’

icon

string

Defines CSS classes to specify an icon for the Toast which is to be displayed at top left corner of the Toast.

Defaults to null

locale

string

Overrides the global culture and localization value for this component. Default global culture is ‘en-US’.

Defaults to

newestOnTop

boolean

Specifies the newly created Toast message display order while multiple toast’s are added to page one after another. By default, newly added Toast will be added after old Toast’s.

Defaults to true

position

ToastPositionModel

Specifies the position of the Toast message to be displayed within target container. In the case of multiple Toast display, new Toast position will not update on dynamic change of property values until the old Toast messages removed. X values are: Left , Right ,Center Y values are: Top , Bottom

Defaults to { X: “Left”, Y: “Top” }

showCloseButton

boolean

Specifies whether to show the close button in Toast message to close the Toast.

Defaults to false

showProgressBar

boolean

Specifies whether to show the progress bar to denote the Toast message display timeout.

Defaults to false

target

HTMLElement | Element | string

Specifies the target container where the Toast to be displayed. Based on the target, the positions such as Left, Top will be applied to the Toast. The default value is null, which refers the document.body element.

Defaults to null

template

string

Specifies the HTML element/element ID as a string that can be displayed as a Toast. The given template is taken as preference to render the Toast, even if the built-in properties such as title and content are defined.

Defaults to null

timeOut

number

Specifies the Toast display time duration on the page in milliseconds.

  • Once the time expires, Toast message will be removed.
  • Setting 0 as a time out value displays the Toast on the page until the user closes it manually.

Defaults to 5000

title

string

Specifies the title to be displayed on the Toast. Works only with string values.

Defaults to null

width

string | number

Specifies the width of the Toast in pixels/numbers/percentage. Number value is considered as pixels. In mobile devices, default width is considered as 100%.

Defaults to ‘300’

Methods

destroy

Removes the component from the DOM and detaches all its related event handlers, attributes and classes.

Returns void

hide

To Hide Toast element on a document. To Hide all toast element when passing ‘All’.

Returns void

show

To show Toast element on a document with the relative position.

Returns void

Events

beforeOpen

EmitType<ToastBeforeOpenArgs>

Triggers the event before the toast shown.

click

EmitType<ToastClickEventArgs>

The event will be fired while clicking on the Toast.

close

EmitType<ToastCloseArgs>

Trigger the event after the Toast hides.

created

EmitType<Event>

Triggers the event after the Toast gets created.

destroyed

EmitType<Event>

Triggers the event after the Toast gets destroyed.

open

EmitType<ToastOpenArgs>

Triggers the event after the Toast shown on the target container.