node-emojis - Replaces emoji codes to images.

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Replaces emoji codes (like :smiley:) for emoji images (like 😃) or unicode characters (like 😃).The emoji codes used are the ones on Emoji cheat sheet. Their images are also provided here for you to use (images.zip), but consider its copyright.

https://github.com/tallesl/node-emojis

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