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    @naytev/draft-js-emoji-plugin

    2.0.0-rc3 • Public • Published

    DraftJS Emoji Plugin

    This is a plugin for the draft-js-plugins-editor.

    This plugin provides consistent Emoji display across all platforms, independent of the host system.

    Usage

    import createEmojiPlugin from 'draft-js-emoji-plugin';
     
    const emojiPlugin = createEmojiPlugin();

    Advanced Usage

    const emojiPlugin = createEmojiPlugin({
      priorityList: {
        ':see_no_evil:': ["1f648"],
        ':raised_hands:': ["1f64c"],
        ':100:': ["1f4af"],
      }
    });
    // emojis in priorityList will show up after user typed ':'

    Importing the default styles

    The plugin ships with a default styling available at this location in the installed package: node_modules/draft-js-emoji-plugin/lib/plugin.css.

    Webpack Usage

    Follow the below steps to import the css file by using Webpack's style-loader and css-loader.

    1. Install Webpack loaders: npm install style-loader css-loader --save-dev

    2. Add the below section to Webpack config (if your Webpack already has loaders array, simply add the below loader object({test:foo, loaders:bar[]}) as an item in the array).

      module: {
        loaders: [{
          test: /\.css$/,
          loaders: [
            'style', 'css'
          ]
        }]
      }
    3. Add the below import line to your component to tell Webpack to inject style to your component.

      import 'draft-js-emoji-plugin/lib/plugin.css';
    4. Restart Webpack.

    Browserify Usage

    TODO: PR welcome

    Install

    npm i @naytev/draft-js-emoji-plugin

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    2

    Version

    2.0.0-rc3

    License

    MIT

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