I had to emphasize somehow a dynamic notification bubble. Basically, every time the notification value changes, a visual effect was needed in order to get user’s attention. So I made that using CSS3 keyframe animation.I think this is a simple and practical example on how to use a CSS3 animation to enhance user experience. Further, you can experiment with the bezier curve values and come up with some other cool effects.
Best jQuery Notification Plugins & Tutorials with Demo
Your users need sweet little notifications to keep them all warm and fuzzy inside. Sticky allows you to send such messages with ease, and class. Quickly notify a user of software updates, process completions, or annoy them with registration reminders.
A jQuery Plugin that makes it easy to display sliding notifications on your website or in your web application.It offers flexible positioning options, support for Ajax, CSS hooks, and more.
- Fire the notification once the user scrolls to a certain point on the page.
- Control which corner of the window into which the notification appears.
- Specify how many times the notification should appear before it no longer displays.
- Take action before and after the notification appears in the user’s window.
- Perfect for manipulating data based on the response to the notification.
The notifications can be displayed on any part of a web page (top, bottom, center, top left or top right) and many options exist for customization (speed of open/close animations, display duration, being closeable or not and more)
Today the majority of the web applications like news portals, social media platforms or administration interfaces contain a notification system that reminds the visitor/user about certain promotions or settings available.
The easiest way to show any kind of notification without obstructing the user’s view is by introducing the message in the bottom right corner of the screen (browser). This is where jQuery plugin kiNotice comes into play to help you do that with ease.
Great looking jQuery CSS3 notifications in a lightweight script with an easy to use api. Perfect for your next web app
Pines Notify is a simple notification plugin designed to provide an unparalleled level of flexibility, while still being very easy to implement and use. It uses the jQuery UI CSS library for styling, which means it is fully and easily themeable. Try out some of the ready-made themes using the selector on the demo page. There are dozens of customization features available including:
- Supports dynamically updating text, title, icon, type…
- Stacks allow notice sets to stack independently.
- Supports HTML (including forms) in title and text.
- Variable opacity.
- Supports custom classes for individual notice styling.
This is JQuery based plugin which provides Android-like notification messages.
In this tutorial you will find out how a bouncebox notification plugin can be created with jQuery & CSS3.