Implementing a Toast Notification Service

Show how to build a toast notification service as a standalone component to display alerts or information to the user.
// ToastService.js - Toast Notification Service

class ToastService {
    constructor() {
        this.toasts = [];

    // Generate toast DOM element
    _createToastElement(message, type) {
        const toast = document.createElement('div');
        toast.className = `toast ${type}`;
        toast.innerText = message;
        return toast;

    // Show toast message
    showToast(message, type = 'info', duration = 3000) {
        const toast = this._createToastElement(message, type);
        setTimeout(() => {
        }, duration);
ToastService class with a method to show toasts. It creates a toast element and removes it from the DOM after a certain duration.
// usage.js - Utilizing the Toast Notification Service

const toastService = new ToastService();
toastService.showToast('Information message', 'info', 5000);
toastService.showToast('Success message', 'success');
toastService.showToast('Error message', 'error', 2000);
Example usage of the ToastService to display different types of toast notifications with various durations.
// styles.css - Basic styles for toast notifications

.toast {
    position: fixed;
    bottom: 20px;
    left: 20px;
    padding: 10px;
    border: 1px solid #ccc;
    border-radius: 5px;
    background-color: white;
    z-index: 1000;
} { color: blue; }

.toast.success { color: green; }

.toast.error { color: red; }
CSS styles for basic toast notifications appearance.