One of the great things about programming in the world today is that so much of the basic functionality I need can be found somewhere on the Web, as long as you know the correct search string.
I spent a good chunk of time looking for a quick and easy way to use Bootstrap modals without having a ton of ugly code on each page that isn’t really necessary. Especially for modals that are repeated throughout the software.
This time I was looking for a Bootstrap modal that could be easily used for Alert and Confirmation boxes. I couldn’t find one out there, even though I knew it should exist, so I built my own. Then I plugged in a different search string and found exactly what I needed.
Bootstrap3 Dialog (Git Hub)is a nice clean simple solution that meets all our needs. The code is well laid out and I was able to make some minor modifications that met our custom needs.