By GitHub embed them into Web pages and other projects.
Emoji, from Japan's small symbols to express their feelings through the image, has conquered the world of information of the mobile Internet.
Now, you can use them anywhere in the virtual world. Twitter recently open their emoji symbol libraries, so you can use them in your own websites, applications, and projects.
But this requires a little manual labor. Unicode has identified even standardized emoji alphabet, but the emoji still not fully compatible with all web browsers, which means that under most circumstances, they will appear as "chunks" or "empty box." When Twitter want to make emoji available everywhere, the social network unites a company called Icon Factory to render text browser to mimic the effect of the information symbol. Twiter think people have a great need for their emoji library.
Now, you can clone Twitter entire library from GitHub, so use them in your development projects. Here you can learn how to achieve the above purpose and how to make emoji easier to use.
To get the Emoji Unicode support
Unicode is an international coding standard, it is an arbitrary symbols, letters or numbers that people want to use on the network configuration of a bunch of code. In other words, it is how you read the text and the computer how to read the missing link between the text on the computer. For example, you're seeing these sentences are located in the space (LCTT Annotation: English word space in the middle), the computer reads the "& nbsp".
Unicode even has its own original emoji, they can be read in a browser without any effort on your situation. For example, when you see a heart-shaped symbol, your computer is decoding the string "2665."
To use Twitter in most cases emoji library, you just < head > block, add the following script in your HTML page:
< Scriptsrc = "// twemoji.maxcdn.com/twemoji.min.js" > < / script >
In the block, paste that can be found on Twitter preview.html file source code emoji string. I used