Web UI component: j-Emoji


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j-Emoji

  • Using UTF emoji
  • Personal history with frequently used emoticons
  • Great search tool
  • Changeable skin tones

Configuration:

  • categories {String} change emoticons in categories. Use unicode without special characters (default: 128342,128578,128161,127944,128008,128690,128172,127828,127937)
  • height {Number} set component height (default: 295)
  • history {Number} history limit for frequently used emoticons (default: 49)
  • empty {String} a message when no emoticons are found (default: No emoji match your search)
  • emptyemoji {Number} change emoticon when no emoticons are found. Use unicode without special characters (default: 128557)
  • speed {Number} scroll speed in ms (default: 500)
  • footer {String} footer message (default: Choose skin tone)
  • toneemoji {String} skin tones emoticon. Use unicode without special characters (default: 9995)
  • search {String} a placeholder for search field (default: Search)

Good to know:

  • This component implements FUNC.parseASCI(string) function. The function will parse string and transform text like :D or :joy: into UTF emoticons.
var message = 'This one was good. :joy: See you soon :P';
console.log(FUNC.parseASCI(message)); // This one was good. 😂 See you soon 😛

Usage

var opt = {};

// opt.offsetX {Number}    : adds X offset (default: 0)
// opt.offsetY {Number}    : adds Y offset (default: 0)
// opt.align {String}      : align `left` (default), `center` or `right`
// opt.position {String}   : position `top` (default) or `bottom`

opt.element = YOUR_ELEMENT;
// or if you want to use a fixed position:
// opt.x {Number}          : `x` position
// opt.y {Number}          : `y` position

opt.callback = function(emoji) {
    console.log(emoji); // callback parameter has String.fromCodePoint() value
};

SETTER('emoji', 'show', opt);

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