Finding JavaScript resources is almost too easy – aside from a quick Google search or looking through some of the stuff that’s available on GitHub, you can find practically almost anything you need.

But finding something that has a nice API, is lightweight, and doesn’t require any third-party library is becoming a bit rare.

JavaScript Alerts Level Up

For those of you who have read several of my past articles, you know that I’m a fan of simple, targeted solutions to problems (or apps, if you will ;) and alertify.js is exactly that:

  • It’s got a really easy API
  • It’s small in file size (especially when minified)
  • And it doesn’t depend on third-party frameworks

The script also offers dialogs, customizable buttons and labels, and provides styles for notifications, success messages, and error messages.

On it’s own, it’s a really useful script but I could also see this being easy integrated into a WordPress theme for a number of uses and in a number of different ways.

Anyway, I highly recommend checking it out – it you can checkout both the demo and the source code.

Because of how much I like this project, I’ll likely be retiring one of my own, but I’ll cover that in another post.