React is a popular front-end development library. It has a complete and strong community, and it is recommended for every front-end developer to learn.
I have been working with React for many years and have used many React libraries that have helped me implement a lot of business functions. In this post, I'll introduce you to some great third-party libraries for React notifications to help you become a better React developer.
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🎉 React-Toastify allows you to add notifications to your app with ease. No more nonsense!
GitHub - fkhadra/react-toastify
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📚 Smoking hot notifications for React. Lightweight, customizable and beautiful by default.
GitHub - timolins/react-hot-toast
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🔥 Notistack is a notification library which makes it extremely easy to display notifications on your web apps. It is highly customizable and enables you to stack snackbars/toasts on top of one another.
GitHub - iamhosseindhv/notistack
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🍊 A complete and totally customizable component for notifications in React.
GitHub - igorprado/react-notification-system
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🍰 A configurable, composable, toast notification system for React.
GitHub - jossmac/react-toast-notifications
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📮 A simple and customizable React notifications system.
GitHub - LouisBarranqueiro/reapop
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🌈 A delightful, easy-to-use, and highly configurable component to help you notify your users out of the box. No messy setup, just beautiful notifications!
GitHub - teodosii/react-notifications-component
⭐ Github stars: 659+
🍨 Beautiful, Zero Configuration, Toast Messages for React ~4kb gzip (with styles and icons)
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🎩 Local toast helps you to provide feedback related to particular components on the page.
GitHub - OlegWock/react-local-toast
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