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npm install back-notifications
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Build Requirements

  • node.js
  • browserify



  • For any animation documentation, see transit

Use Case

  • Alerts
  • Confirmations - customized anyway you want
  • Growl-like notifications
  • View states


NotificationBuilder bark.register(name)

Registers a new notification

//this will add a sort of "puff" alert
defaults({ ok: "OK" }). //set the default OK message
modalClass("alert-modal"). //the background color for the alerts. Makes content unclickable.
transitionIn({ scale: 0.75, opacity: 1}, { scale: 1, opacity: 1}). //scale from -> to on transition in
transitionOut({ scale: 1, opacity: 1 }, { scale: 1.25, opacity: 0}). //puff out

Somewhere in your html <head />:

<script type="text/ejs" data-templateName="alert">
    <div class="alert">
        <div><%-message %></div>
        <a href="#" class="alert-ok close"><%-ok %></a>

Now run your new alert:

Bark.alert("hello world!", function(event) {
    if(event.ok) {
        //do stuff

NotificationBuilder API

transitionIn(from, to, easing)

Sets the transition-in animation properties

  • from - css properties
  • to - css properties
  • easing - css transit docs

transitionOut(from, to, easing)

Sets the transition-out animation properties.


Page layout options

  • options
    • center - if set to true, the all notifications will be placed in the center of the screen
    • right - make the notifications right-bound
    • top - top bound in pixels
    • bottom - --
    • left - --
    • width - width of the notifications container


Sets the class name of the background for the notifications. Set this property if you want to disable everything except notifications.


Sets the maximum number of notifications that are allowed to be displayed simultaneously.

For growl-like notifications, this number should be set the greater than 1. For alert-like notifications, this number should be set to 1.


Closes the notifications after the given duration (in milliseconds). Use this for growl-like notifications.

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