The ASP.NET MVC Toast Toast is a small, nonblocking notification pop-up. It is a readable message displayed at the bottom of the screen or at a specific target and disappears automatically after a few seconds (time out) with different animation effects. The control has various built-in options for customizing visual elements, animations, durations, and dismissing toasts.
Users can create a more interactive toast message by configuring inputs and buttons on the notification pop-up that help them react quickly on notifications (for example, reply to a chat message directly from the toast pop-up).
A normal toast notification can be designed with a plain text, and optional images, icons, inputs, and buttons. Users can load HTML content and change the content dynamically inside the toaster with templates.
The ASP.NET MVC toast notifications control is easily positioned wherever you want using built-in positions or custom axis values (X, Y).
Users can configure different animations to show or hide the toast and the animation duration based on the content length of the notification message and reading time.
Users can dismiss all ASP.NET MVC Toast notifications using user input or timeouts. Notifications can also be dismissed by swiping or tapping them.
Users can display multiple toast notifications in a sequence (queue up) within a set duration. Also, users can change the order of a toast notification sequence to the newest on top.
Users can easily design common ASP.NET MVC toast notifications using built-in classes such as alert, success, warning, information, and error.
The ASP.NET MVC toast notification control can be configured with a duration time for a complete message to be read before it is hidden. You can extend the timeout dynamically after focusing on it.
Users can enable a progress bar inside the toast to track the progress of an operation and the expiration of a toast message.
Users can verify duplicate toast notifications and allow only distinct messages on the screen. They can restrict the maximum number of toasts to be displayed. Also, users can prevent toast messages from hiding and make them stick with the screen.
Customize the look and feel of the Toast by changing its fill color, background, border, and item opacity.
Developers can control the appearance and behaviors of the toast notification control, including its positioning, using a rich set of APIs.
Easily get started with the ASP.NET MVC Toast using a few simple lines of CSHTML code, as demonstrated below. Also explore our ASP.NET MVC Toast Example that shows you how to render and configure the Toast in ASP.NET MVC.
You can find our ASP.NET MVC Toast demo, which demonstrates how to render and configure the Toast.
No, this is a commercial product and requires a paid license. However, a free community license is also available for companies and individuals whose organizations have less than $1 million USD in annual gross revenue and five or fewer developers.
A good place to start would be our comprehensive getting started documentation.
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