Friday, June 9th, 2006

protoGrowl: Notification Messages

Category: JavaScript, Library

Over at Midgard CMS, they have created protoGrowl, a JavaScript utility to bubble up event notifications in a web page. This library is inspired by the OS X tool Growl that gives a system level notification system to Mac OS X.

Usage

javascript

  1. <script language="javascript">
  2.   new protoGrowl({type: 'info', title: 'Some title', content: 'Some content'});
  3. </script>

Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:36 am
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Looks very interesting, however, did I miss something or are there no demos on that site? I guess I could just go download it and try it, but I’m lazy, anyone have a link to a demo somewhere?

Comment by Steve — June 9, 2006

The demos are included in the zip download.

Comment by Scott M. — June 9, 2006

As JavaScript the protoGrowl works pretty well. I just downloaded it and tried it out. It is extremely easy to add into your existing scripts. I am even considering it as a common debug messager for development, in place of alerts() and even instead of Firebug. Still toying with that idea though.

Comment by Brian — June 9, 2006

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Pingback by Make your site Growl — June 10, 2006

not good.

Comment by Azer Koçulu — June 11, 2006

Care to elaborate a bit, Azer?

Comment by ceejayoz — June 12, 2006

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