Jag
We'd probably have to use images instead of actual emoji characters so that it will work on all browsers so maybe we could use the assets in https://github.com/twitter/twemoji
posted by Jag Staff3 years and 4 months ago Link

bibhasdn
or we could use the github api https://api.github.com/emojis

I'm trying to think how a cheatsheet would be helpful. If we wanted people to copy paste, native HTML might just be better. 😊

Otherwise, we need an emoji search. I'm making a JSON/CSV doc with all the details of all emojis. Maybe we can cache it and use it for a Spice/fathead?
posted by bibhasdn Community Leader3 years and 4 months ago Link
kablamo
> I'm trying to think how a cheatsheet would be helpful.

Sometimes I want to browse. I can't remember them all. Useful in apps like hipchat, slack, github, etc. I assume thats why sites like http://www.emoji-cheat-sheet.com/ exist? Surely I'm not the only one? :D

We already have a spice for unicode:
https://duckduckgo.com/?q=unicode+snowma...

Not sure I entirely get the relationship between unicode and emoticons. I guess they are the same?

eg is it appropriate to show the github snowman emoji as a result for the unicode snowman?
posted by kablamo Staff3 years and 4 months ago Link