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VueJs VueJs-Auto-dismissible-notifications

This example will register an vuex module dynamically for storing custom notifications that can automatically dismissed


resolve vuex store and define some constants
//Vuex store previously configured on other side
import _store from 'path/to/store';
//Notification default duration in milliseconds
const defaultDuration = 8000;
//Valid mutation names

set our module initial state

const state = {
 Notifications: []

set our module getters

const getters = {
 //All notifications, we are returning only the raw notification objects
 Notifications: state => => n.Raw)

set our module Actions

const actions = {
 //On actions we receive a context object which exposes the
 //same set of methods/properties on the store instance
 //{commit} is a shorthand for context.commit, this is an
 //ES2015 feature called argument destructuring
 Add({ commit }, notification) {
 //Get notification duration or use default duration
 let duration = notification.duration || defaultDuration
 //Create a timeout to dismiss notification
 var timeOut = setTimeout(function () {
 //On timeout mutate state to dismiss notification
 commit(NOTIFICATION_DISMISSED, notification);
 }, duration);
 //Mutate state to add new notification, we create a new object
 //for save original raw notification object and timeout reference
 Raw: notification,
 TimeOut: timeOut
 //Here we are using context object directly
 Dismiss(context, notification) {
 //Just pass payload
 context.commit(NOTIFICATION_DISMISSED, notification);

set our module mutations

const mutations = {
 //On mutations we receive current state and a payload
 [NOTIFICATION_ADDED](state, notification) {
 //remember, current state and payload
 [NOTIFICATION_DISMISSED](state, rawNotification) {
 var i = => n.Raw).indexOf(rawNotification);
 if (i == -1) {
 state.Notifications.splice(i, 1);

Register our module with defined state, getters, actions and mutation
_store.registerModule('notifications', {



This components displays all notifications as bootstrap's alerts on top right corner of screen, also allows to manually dismiss each notification.
<transition-group name="notification-list" tag="div" class="top-right">
 <div v-for="alert in alerts" v-bind:key="alert" class="notification alert alert-dismissible"
 <button v-on:click="dismiss(alert)" type="button" class="close" aria-label="Close"><span
export default {
 name: 'arc-notifications',
 computed: {
 alerts() {
 //Get all notifications from store
 return this.$store.getters.Notifications;
 methods: {
 //Manually dismiss a notification
 dismiss(alert) {
 this.$store.dispatch('Dismiss', alert);
<style lang="scss" scoped>
$margin: 15px;
.top-right {
 top: $margin;
 right: $margin;
 left: auto;
 width: 300px;
 //height: 600px;
 position: absolute;
opacity: 0.95;
 z-index: 100;
 display: flex;
 flex-wrap: wrap;
 //background-color: red;
.notification {
 transition: all 0.8s;
 display: flex;
 width: 100%;
 position: relative;
 margin-bottom: 10px;
 .close {
 position: absolute;
 right: 10px;
 top: 5px;
 > div {
 position: relative;
 display: inline;
.notification:last-child {
 margin-bottom: 0;
.notification-list-leave-active {
 opacity: 0;
 transform: translateX(-90px);
.notification-list-leave-active {
 position: absolute;

Snippet for add notification in any other component

//payload could be anything, this example content matches with componentA.vue
this.$store.dispatch('Add', {
 title = 'Hello',
 text = 'World',
 type = 'info',
 duration = 15000


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