Toast Messages with Cookies
00:00 Next, we want to be able to show the user a toast message when they delete a note, for example. If we go to root.tsx, we've got this new show toast thing and we have also this toaster that was built for us by Kelly. Thank you, Kelly, co-worker.
00:17 The show toast allows us to call the show toast utility from this package that we're using. If I come over here to this, let's just test this out to see what that looks like. Show toast and our toast equals, come on, Copilot, you can do this for me.
00:36 There you go. Hello. There it is and it's pretty cool. We have drag control and all that stuff. It's pretty awesome. We want to be able to show that toast. There's a couple of steps to this exercise to get us to that point. But we're going to be using cookies to manage this so that we can set a value for our toast in the cookie and then
01:14 I delete the note and then redirect over to my notes list page and that should show the toast that you successfully deleted it. This isn't the only time you'll ever want to show a toast. There are certainly sometimes just as a client-side thing that you want to show a toast. But we're going to be learning about
01:34 a special feature or a special pattern of cookies called flashes. Let's get started by creating a cookie and then we'll move on from there.