Emoji in your Node.js command line apps.
In the screenshot below I'm using a Linux terminal emulator which doesn't support colorful emoji (in the way like OS X does).
# Using npmnpm install --save emojic# Using yarnyarn add emojic
// Dependenciesconst emojic =colorIt =;console;// => ❌ Something went wrongconsole;// => ✅ Success// If you want to color the things a little bit// ...using color-it (you can find it on github.com/IonicaBizau/node-color-it)console;console;// Note: On Linux, ANSI styles will be used to color the output (see the screenshot)// => ❌ Some red error appeared// => 😃 I am a happy manconsole;console;
❓ Get Help
There are few ways to get help:
- Please post questions on Stack Overflow. You can open issues with questions, as long you add a link to your Stack Overflow question.
- For bug reports and feature requests, open issues. 🐛
- For direct and quick help, you can use Codementor. 🚀
Require the library using
var emojic = require("emojic"). Then you can use the camel case notation for the emoji names (like in the example). Visit emoji.muan.co to search the icons.
For example, if you want to display in console
:heart_eyes: (😍), you will use
console.log(emojic.heartEyes) (notice the camelCaseStyle)
😋 How to contribute
Have an idea? Found a bug? See how to contribute.
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💫 Where is this library used?
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