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Dialog

Native system dialogs for opening and saving files along with message dialogs.

Install the dialog plugin to get started.

Use your project’s package manager to add the dependency:

npm run tauri add dialog

The dialog plugin is available in both JavaScript and Rust. Here’s how you can use it:

in JavaScript:

in Rust:


See all Dialog Options at the JavaScript API reference.

Shows a question dialog with Yes and No buttons.

import { ask } from '@tauri-apps/plugin-dialog';
// Create a Yes/No dialog
const answer = await ask('This action cannot be reverted. Are you sure?', {
title: 'Tauri',
type: 'warning',
});
console.log(answer);
// Prints boolean to the console

Shows a question dialog with Ok and Cancel buttons.

import { confirm } from '@tauri-apps/plugin-dialog';
// Creates a confirmation Ok/Cancel dialog
const confirmation = await confirm(
'This action cannot be reverted. Are you sure?',
{ title: 'Tauri', type: 'warning' }
);
console.log(confirmation);
// Prints boolean to the console

Shows a message dialog with an Ok button. Keep in mind that if the user closes the dialog it will return false.

import { message } from '@tauri-apps/plugin-dialog';
// Shows message
await message('File not found', { title: 'Tauri', type: 'error' });

Open a file/directory selection dialog.

The multiple option controls whether the dialog allows multiple selection or not, while the directory, whether is a directory selection or not.

import { open } from '@tauri-apps/plugin-dialog';
// Open a dialog
const file = await open({
multiple: false,
directory: false,
});
console.log(file);
// Prints file path and name to the console

Open a file/directory save dialog.

import { save } from '@tauri-apps/plugin-dialog';
// Prompt to save a 'My Filter' with extension .png or .jpeg
const path = await save({
filters: [
{
name: 'My Filter',
extensions: ['png', 'jpeg'],
},
],
});
console.log(path);
// Prints the chosen path

Refer to the Rust API reference to see all available options.

Shows a question dialog with Absolutely and Totally buttons.

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
let answer = app.dialog()
.message("Tauri is Awesome")
.title("Tauri is Awesome")
.ok_button_label("Absolutely")
.cancel_button_label("Totally")
.blocking_show();

If you need a non blocking operation you can use show() instead:

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
app.dialog()
.message("Tauri is Awesome")
.title("Tauri is Awesome")
.ok_button_label("Absolutely")
.cancel_button_label("Totally")
.show(|result| match result {
true => // do something,
false =>// do something,
});

Shows a message dialog with an Ok button. Keep in mind that if the user closes the dialog it will return false.

use tauri_plugin_dialog::{DialogExt, MessageDialogKind};
let ans = app.dialog()
.message("File not found")
.kind(MessageDialogKind::Error)
.title("Warning")
.blocking_show();

If you need a non blocking operation you can use show() instead:

use tauri_plugin_dialog::{DialogExt, MessageDialogKind};
app.dialog()
.message("Tauri is Awesome")
.kind(MessageDialogKind::Info)
.title("Information")
.ok_button_label("Absolutely")
.show(|result| match result {
true => // do something,
false => // do something,
});

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
let file_path = app.dialog().file().blocking_pick_file();
// return a file_path `Option`, or `None` if the user closes the dialog

If you need a non blocking operation you can use show() instead:

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
app.dialog().file().pick_file(|file_path| {
// return a file_path `Option`, or `None` if the user closes the dialog
})

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
let file_path = app
.dialog()
.file()
.add_filter("My Filter", &["png", "jpeg"])
.blocking_save_file();
// do something with the optional file path here
// the file path is `None` if the user closed the dialog

or, alternatively:

use tauri_plugin_dialog::DialogExt;
app.dialog()
.file()
.add_filter("My Filter", &["png", "jpeg"])
.pick_file(|file_path| {
// return a file_path `Option`, or `None` if the user closes the dialog
});

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