Python is a general-purpose language, can be used to develop both desktop and web applications. By using a package available in Python named win10toast , we can create desktop notifications. It is an easy way to get notified when some event occurs.
The package is available in Pypi and it is installed using pip.
pip install win10toast
Syntax: show_toast(title=’Notification’, message=’Here comes the message’, icon_path=None, duration=5, threaded=False)
title: It contains notification title.
message: It contains notification message.
icon_path: It contains the path to .ico file.
duration“: It specifies the notification destruction active duration.
To create notifications we have to import the win10toast module. Then create an object to
ToastNotifier class and by using the method
show_toast we create a notification. It contains header or title of that notification, actual message, duration of that notification and icon for that notification.
show_toast method is a instance of notification settings.
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