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πŸ¦„ Unicorns and Rainbows Easter Egg with this React Hook!

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The Cornify script gives you the magical power to put unicorns and rainbows on any website on the Internet. Since 2009, it has served over 400 million unicorns and rainbows. How wonderful indeed.

And today: You can use it as a React Hook!

πŸŽ‰ How to use the hook

Check out the /example directory for a full fletched example of the hook. A demo can be found here:

Start cornifying by adding the below code. Then start entering the Konami code and see the magic happen instantly!

Pro Tip: Use as an easter egg on your next website!

Konami code: ↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← β†’ ← β†’ b a

 * useCornify
 * @param {string[]} [keys=['ArrowUp', 'ArrowUp', 'ArrowDown', 'ArrowDown', 'ArrowLeft', 'ArrowRight', 'ArrowLeft', 'ArrowRight', 'b', 'a']]
 * @param {boolean} [addCupcakeButton=true] 
 * @param {boolean} [addMagicalWords=true]
 * @param {string} [younicorns]
const { remove } = useCornify({
  keys: ['ArrowUp', 'ArrowDown', 'Enter'],
  showCupCakeButton: false,
  addMagicalWords: false,
  younicorns: '12,957,826,716,386'

// To manually remove all unicorns

πŸ™ˆ Add summing Younicorns

These days, you can create your own personal unicorns on Cornify. They are called Younicorns. If you want the Cornify script to show your Younicorns, you can provide a list of Younicorn IDs to the script, like this:

useCornify({ younicorns: "12,957,826,716,386" });

To find the IDs, navigate your browser to a Younicorn page and look at the URL. It will include a number - that's the ID.

πŸ™Œ Credits

Big thanks to:

Unicorns & Rainbows On-Demand

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