SweetAlert.js: A Prettier and More Flexible Alternative to alert(0)

Websites have become more comprehensive and complex applications over time. Website interactions are often confirmed with an alert. The browser’s standard warning suffices for most cases; however, it looks pretty terrible. With SweetAlert, you can easily create animated alerts that,...

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