Angular.js component for stylish and flexible top bar notifications.
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Angular.js and Animate.css based component for stylish and flexible application notifications.



Web applications requires notify users of ongoing events. Common cases are errors, successful completion notifications etc. With ng-notifications-bar it's as easy as,

    <notifications-bar class="notifications"></notifications-bar>


Npm installation,

$ npm install ng-notifications-bar --save

Or bower installation,

$ bower install ng-notifications-bar --save

Update your scripts and styles section or use the require for browserified applications.

<link rel="stylesheet" href="bower_components/ng-notifications-bar/dist/ngNotificationsBar.min.css" />
<script src="bower_components/angular-sanitize/angular-sanitize.js"></script>
<script src="bower_components/ng-notifications-bar/dist/ngNotificationsBar.min.js"></script>

If you use Grunt, wiredep should inject the required angular-sanitize.js for you.

For browserify applications, require module in yours application module,


In case you are using sass in project, it's possible to just import ngNotificationsBar styles,

@import "../../node_modules/ng-notifications-bar/sass/ngNotificationsBar";

In application module,

angular.module('app', ['ngNotificationsBar', 'ngSanitize']);

ngSanitize can be omitted if HTML support isn't needed.


The module consists of there elements - directive, service and provider.


notifications-bar element directive, should be placed once, typically right after <body> open tag.

<notifications-bar class="notifications"></notifications-bar>

If you are using a icon library besides Glyphicons for the close button (such as Font Awesome), include a closeIcon attribute.

<notifications-bar class="notifications" closeIcon="fa fa-times-circle"></notifications-bar>

The default is the glyphicon-remove icon so don't forget to import Glyphicons if you aren't defining a closeIcon attribute.

Possible to use as attribute, as well

<div notifications-bar class="notifications"></div notifications-bar>


notification service is used by controllers (or other directives), to show notifications.

app.controllers('app', function ($scope, api, notifications) {
    api.get({resource: 'tasks'})
        .then(function (tasks) {
            $scope.tasks = tasks;
        }, function (error) {
            notifications.showError({message: error.message});

    $scope.submitTask = function () {{resource: 'tasks'}, {description: this.description})
            .then(function () {
                notifications.showSuccess({message: 'Your task posted successfully'});
            }, function (error) {
                notifications.showError({message: 'Oh no! Task submission failed, <em>please try again.</em>'});


notificationsConfigProvider is used to override some notifications bar defaults.

app.config(['notificationsConfigProvider', function (notificationsConfigProvider) {
    // auto hide

    // delay before hide


It is possible to setup the whole notifications bar module in module config and each notification separately in controller

Available options:

  • autoHide
  • hideDelay
  • acceptHTML
  • autoHideAnimation
  • autoHideAniationDelay

Please note, HTML support is only configurable at a global level. If HTML is to be supported, make sure to inject the 'ngSanitize' dependency.

var app = angular.module('app', ['ngNotificationsBar', 'ngSanitize']);

During configuration

app.config(['notificationsConfigProvider'], function (notificationsConfigProvider) {
    // auto hide

    // delay before hide

    // support HTML

    // Set an animation for hiding the notification

    // delay between animation and removing the nofitication


Override in controller

app.controller('main', function ($scope, notifications) {
    $scope.showError = function () {
            message: 'Oops! Something bad just happened! (hides faster)',
            hideDelay: 1500, //ms
            hide: true //bool


Install bower dependencies,

$ bower install

Install npm dependencies,

$ npm install

Run grunt build,

$ grunt

as result, /dist folder is created with ready to use .js and .css file.

Project doesn't have tests at the moment, so run example and check the functionality,

$ grunt start:example


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