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Warnging: this repo not actively maintained, if you'd like to take over maintenance of it, let me know on this issue: https://github.com/HenrikJoreteg/emoji-images/issues/11 You may also want to check out this alternative: https://github.com/frissdiegurke/emoji-parser
Because sometimes you want to send a :heart: to someone.
Takes text, replaces all the texts here: http://www.emoji-cheat-sheet.com with an
<img> tag containing the image.
var string = 'a string containing emoji strings like :heart: and :trollface:'; // the emoji function takes: // 1. The input string // 2. The url where the png files live // 3. (optionally) a size to specify as the height of the <img> tag. var emojified = emoji(string, 'http://url.com/where-you-put-the-pngs-folder/', 30);
It's bundled to work as a CommonJS module, AMD module or expose itself as a global as a fallback.
Grab it here or on npm:
npm install emoji-images
I want it all in a super simple text processing (without the CSS and DOM stuff).
Also, that solution embeds pngs as data-uri's in css documents. I don't want to do that because then I have to send all that image data to the browser even if they never get used.
Um... works for me (and in use on andbang.com)