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  • Fully built in Angular, without any external dependencies. Oui, très indépendant!
  • Customizable toast appearance, including duration, colors, and positioning. Like a beret, you can style it to perfection!
  • Unique feature: Dynamically embed components within the toast for maximum flexibility and créativité. C'est magnifique!
  • Total control over toast visibility: infinite and pinned properties allow users to arrange toasts based on their importance and ensure critical messages stay in focus.

Compatibility Matrix

Angular ngx-french-toast
14^ - 15^ 1.3.x
16^ 1.4.x
17^ 2.x


To install ngx-french-toast, simply follow these étapes:

1. Run the following command to install the package via npm:

npm install ngx-french-toast

2. Import the FrenchToastModule in your Angular module:

Standard apps

import { FrenchToastModule, ToastPosition, ToastConfig } from 'ngx-french-toast';

// optional configuration object:
const config: ToastConfig = {
  colors: {
    danger: '#a20000', // Background color for the danger toast
    dangerText: '#ffffff', // Text color for the danger toast
    info: '#2d96f8', // Background color for the info toast
    infoText: '#ffffff', // Text color for the info toast
    success: '#2df877', // Background color for the success toast
    successText: '#ffffff', // Text color for the success toast
    warning: '#f8bb2d', // Background color for the warning toast
    warningText: '#ffffff', // Text color for the warning toast
    timebar: 'linear-gradient(45deg, #2b6bbf, #10425b)', // Or a single color -- background color for the time bar
    autoGradient: false, // Controls whether the background will be an automatically generated gradient or not based on single input colors
  defaultDuration: 100000,
  position: ToastPosition.TOP_RIGHT, // As elegant as the Eiffel Tower!
  limit: 3,
  font: {
    contentFontSize: '13px', // This will accept any CSS unit (rem, em, px etc.)
    titleFontSize: '15px', // Same here ;)
    family: 'Athiti' // Très élégant!

  imports: [
    // ...
  // ...
export class AppModule { }

Standalone apps

import { provideFrenchToast, ToastPosition } from 'ngx-french-toast';

bootstrapApplication(AppComponent, {
  providers: [
      defaultDuration: 10000,
      position: ToastPosition.BOTTOM_RIGHT,
      limit: 2,
      font: {
        contentFontSize: '13px',
        titleFontSize: '15px',
        family: 'Athiti'
  .catch((err) => console.error(err));

⚠️ Attention! This step is no longer required.

3. Add the FrenchToastComponent selector in your app.component.html (or wherever you want to):

- <french-toast></french-toast>

3. Et voilà! You're ready to start using ngx-french-toast in your Angular application.


Here's a simple example demonstrating how to use ngx-french-toast:

import { Component } from '@angular/core';
import { ToastService } from 'ngx-french-toast';

  selector: 'app-example',
  template: `
    <button (click)="showToast()">Show Toast</button>
export class ExampleComponent {
  constructor(private toastService: ToastService) {}

  showToast(): void {
      title: 'Knock, knock!',
      content: 'Who\'s there? Eiffel. Eiffel who? Eiffel in love with you!' // Mon Dieu, l'amour!

Toast Types

ngx-french-toast provides 4 toast types. Each of them has its own method:

  • success(): Shows a success toast. C'est magnifique!
  • danger(): Shows a danger toast. Oh là là!
  • info(): Shows an info toast. Voilà!
  • warning(): Shows a warning toast. Attention!

You can use these methods of your ToastService instance to show toasts in your application. For example:

this.toastService.success({ title: 'Success', content: 'Your task has been completed with finesse!' });
this.toastService.danger({ title: 'Danger', content: 'Something went wrong! Oh là là!' });{ title: 'Info', content: 'Here are some important details for you.' });
this.toastService.warning({ title: 'Warning', content: 'Be cautious! Danger may be lurking nearby.' });

Toast Input Object

Each toast has the following customizable properties:

      title: 'Toast Title',
      content: 'Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet.', // this will be ignored if you're embedding a component ;)
      _id: `success-toast--${}`, // if you leave it blank, the ID will be automatically generated
      component: SomeComponent,
      duration: 10000,
      icon: '../assets/svg/sprite.svg#icon-success', // or a URL of a .png, for example
      infinite: true, // if infinite is true, the duration will be ignored
      pinned: true, // when set to true, this toast will remain fixed in its position even if new toasts are added, unless the next toast is also pinned
      context: { // this will be available within SomeComponent!
        name: 'Jean Pierre',
        email: ''

Embedding Components Dynamically

To embed components dynamically just call any method from your instance of ToastService and pass an object with the component and title properties. For example:

  component: ExampleComponent,
  title: 'Oui, mon ami!',
  context: {
    name: 'Jean Pierre',
    email: ''
  } // the content and type of context is up to you!

Grabbing the context object from the embedded component

To have access to the context object from within your dynamically embedded component, you just have to create a context variable in your embedded component to receive the content you declared when calling the ToastService:

context: { name: string, email: string }; // the type is up to you :)

Programmatically closing the parent toast from the embedded component

To close the parent toast from the embedded component, users should follow these steps:

  1. In the embedded component (e.g., ExampleComponent), define an EventEmitter named destroyToast as an @Output() property:
@Output() destroyToast: EventEmitter<boolean> = new EventEmitter<boolean>(false);
  1. Emit the destroyToast event with true as the value when the desired action occurs.

To summarize, here's an example for the whole section:

import { Output, EventEmitter } from '@angular/core';

  selector: 'app-example',
  template: `
    <p>My email: {{ }}</p>
    <button (click)="rate(5)">Five stars!</button>;
export class ExampleComponent {
  context: { name: string, email: string };
  @Output() destroyToast: EventEmitter<boolean> = new EventEmitter<boolean>(false);

  rate(rate: number): void {
      next: () => {

The destroyToast event emitter allows the embedded component to communicate with the parent toast and close it. Très beau!

Using Icons

You can customize the toast appearance by adding icons. Simply pass an icon property inside the config object when calling the toast service. The icon property accepts a string that can link directly to images or SVG sprite files. Here are a few examples:

Using an SVG from a sprite:

this.toastService.success({ title: 'Success', icon: '../assets/svg/sprite.svg#icon-success' }); // Comme un baguette of success!

Using an image:

this.toastService.success({ title: 'Success', icon: '../assets/imgs/success.png' }); // C'est magnifique!

Note: Make sure to provide the correct path to the image or SVG file. Parfait!

Clearing Toasts Programmatically

Sometimes, you might need to remove all toasts from the screen at once. To do this programmatically, simply call the clearAllToasts() method from your ToastService instance:


This can be particularly useful when, for instance, you want to reset the toast notifications or clear the screen after a certain action has been taken.


Contributions to ngx-french-toast are welcome! If you find a bug, have a feature request, or want to contribute code improvements, please submit an issue, or fork it, or just let me know and we'll figure it out 😊


If you have any questions, suggestions, or feedback, you can reach out to me via or find me on LinkedIn. Don't hesitate to say "Bonjour!" and share your thoughts. Let's connect and make the ngx-french-toast community even stronger! 💪🥐

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Merci beaucoup for using ngx-french-toast! I hope it brings a touch of créativité to your Angular applications. Bon appétit! 🍞

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