10 Useful Javascript Notification Libraries

Notification is a way to notify user about important events. So here are 10 Useful Javascript Notification Libraries that will increase the user experience and also keep the user engage with your applications.


It is the fastest way to get up and running with Javascript desktop notifications. A fairly new addition to the official specification, the Notification API allows modern browsers such as Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and IE 9+ to push notifications to a user’s desktop. Push acts as a cross-browser solution to this API, falling back to use older implementations if the user’s browser does not support the new API.



A simple, versatile notification library.


React Notification System

A complete and totally customizable component for notifications in React.

React Notification System

HTML 5 Desktop Notification

Desktop notifications plugin for Chrome, Safari, Firefox and IE9+.



A clean and simple notification, input, and selection suite for javascript, with no dependencies.



Javascript library for non-blocking notifications. jQuery is required. The goal is to create a simple core library that can be customized and extended.

toastr is a Javascript library for Gnome / Growl type non-blocking notifications.

The angular-web-notification

It is using the simple-web-notification library which provides a simple and easy notification API which works across browsers and provides automatic permission handling.

The angular-web-notification


Angular.js component for stylish and flexible top bar notifications.



It is a small library which provides light-weight, high performance browser dialogs. Since it uses only 1 HTTP request and a payload of less than 3kB, it’s a great option for adding basic style to alert, dialog, prompt and log messages even on low bandwidth connections.



  1. Gagansays:

    Nice to see these libraries which can be used for creating notification bars.

  2. Jakesays:

    I recommend to use Notiflix.
    It’s free and no need JQuery or etc.


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