Naturally, it’s also open sourced and freely accessible on GitHub if we wanna puncture into a code.
With SweetAlert, we have some-more control over a popup box style, a animation, a symbol colors, and a content styles. You can even embed images or videos into a warning box.
However, a comprehensive best underline is that SweetAlert2 does not pass a whole browser. If we run a SweetAlert2 pop-up it’ll only arrangement on that one tab, so even if a user is browsing another site they won’t be forcefully destined to your add-on only since an warning popped up.
This eventually increases user engagement since people aren’t warded divided due to untrustworthy UX practices.
You can set auto-close timers, confirm/reject buttons, and even customize a animation regulating third-party libraries such as Animate.css.