doom react easy notifications

:atom: react notifications made easy.

Why ⁉️

Why another react notification system ? Why not, this project appears from the need to have an easy and very customizable react library, and more important, to be a project who everyone can contribute to improve it.

Features 😎

  • Fast and simple to use.
  • Custom Notification component.
  • Easy customization.
  • Multiple notifications type.
  • Multiple animations. (WIP)

Documentation 🔗

Go to Documentation to look more features and functionalities.

visit the npm package npm package

Installation 🐚

First install the library you can use the package manager what you like.

$ npm i doom-react-notifications
$ pnpm i doom-react-notifications
$ yarn add doom-react-notifications

Usage 📖

First you need to know the notification object, have basic properties to manage the notification.

const notification = {
  type: "success", // type of the notification (success, danger, error, info...)
  title: "Title of the notification",
  message: "body message of the notification",

To start using the library you only need to envolve your notification space in the component <NotificationProvier />, then you can use the hook useNotification, the example below show you a simple case of use.

import {
} from "doom-react-notifications";
import { Button } from "./components/Button";
import "doom-react-notifications/dist/style.css"; // you can change the styles.

export default function App() {
  return (
      <Button />
      <NotificationConsumer />

And then trigger the notification with the hook provided for the library.

import {useNotification} from "doom-react-notifications";

export function Button () {
  const { showNotification } = useNotification();

  const handleClick = () => {

  return (
    <button onClick={handleClick}>
      Show Notification

Custom Notification Component 💅

You can create your own notification component with your custom structure and styles, to use it pass the custom component as Custom prop to <NotificationProvider />, as show below.

// Create a component that is given all the necessary properties for the notification as a props.
const CustomNotification = ({ type, message, onClick }) => {
  return (
    <div onClick={onClick} style={{ borderStyle: "dashed" }}>
      <p className="notification-title">{title}</p>
      <p className="notification-message">{message} with custom skeleton</p>

// Then pass the component as Custom prop.
export default function App() {
  return (
      <Button />
      <NotificationConsumer Custom={CustomNotification} />