SweetAlert

A beautiful replacement for JavaScript's alert()

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#2 Product of the DayOctober 02, 2014
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Ryan Detzel@ryandetzel · Engineer
Why not just override the existing alert() method so it just works? Try to make that work and I will use this for every project! http://stackoverflow.com/questio...
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Willem Spruijt@wspruijt · Engineer, Uber
@ryandetzel You could, but then you are forced to use this alert everywhere in your app, while sometimes you want to use it only at specific places.
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Kilian Valkhof@kilianvalkhof · UX Developer
@ryandetzel You could add window.alert = sweetAlert; to your javascript and it will already do so!
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Willem Spruijt@wspruijt · Engineer, Uber
Looks great, but would love to see keyboard shortcuts (at least enter).
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Phil FreoHiring@philfreo · Head of Product & Engineering @ Close.io
Keyboard shortcuts! A lot of the JavaScript UI widgets that are a replacement for native/browser controls _look_ nicer, but that doesn't mean the overall UX is better. Keyboard shortcuts, auto-focus, etc. are crucial for things like alert/confirm/prompt. For completeness, would be nice to see matching confirm/prompt as well. And I agree - there should be an option for clobbering/overriding the original alert function.
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Chad Fullerton@chad_fullerton · Founder, FullertonMedia
Simple. Effective. Nice job @dvyio
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David BarkerHunter@dvyio · Designer / developer
@chad_fullerton I'd love to say I created it, but it's @t4t5's work!
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Kim Schulz@kimschulz · Staff Engineer, Software
Very nice and simple.