SweetAlert is not a jQuery plugin, but a combination of JS, CSS and some images, which together, produce a very catchy product that every front-end developer would love making use of.
What to include in your project in order to use it
All you have to do, in order to use these fancy alerts in your projects, in to download the package from the fore-mentioned link (or just the
How to use it
A simple alert:
An error message – the arguments’ order is:
title, text, message type:
swal("Oops...", "Something went wrong!", "error");
Using sweetalert in a real project
A good starting point would be this repo of mine, where I’m implementing an AngularJS form validation app, using Bootstrap and sweetalert.
You will be able to read about the project’s analysis (from Angular’s perspective) in a week, as this is an example that will be published in WCG, as I fore-mentioned.
For the moment, here are the product’s screenshots from the successful and erroneous app’s alerts: