PHP Emoji Converter: Convert Emoji to plain text or from HTML

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This package can convert Emoji to plain text or from HTML.

It can takes a text string with text emojis and converts it to HTML using special emoji Unicode characters.

The class can also convert the HTML with emojis to text with emojis using combinations of characters.

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Emoji-PHP-Static - Conversion Emoji in PHP from Unified <--> HTML

This is a PHP library for conversion Emoji from some mobile phones (iOS & Android) to html code and back

Based on <a href="https://github.com/iamcal/php-emoji">php-emoji</a> by Cal Henderson

USAGE

<?php
    include('Emoji.class.php');
    # or use some AutoLoader which you like

    # when you recieve text from a mobile device, convert it
    # to the HTML (through Unified, Emoji or Unified -> Unified -> HTML)

    $text = Emoji::emoji_to_html($text);

    # when sending data back to mobile devices, you can
    # convert back to Unified format ( HTML -> Unified )

    $text = Emoji::html_to_emoji($text);
?>

When using the HTML format, you'll also need to include the <code>emoji.css</code> file, which points to the <code>emoji.png</code> image. These images come from the <a href="https://github.com/github/gemoji">gemoji</a> project and cover all current codepoints.

Also i'm add another way of conversion - Emoji to HTML-Entity (like &#x1F33A;) and back for use with downloadable web-font from <a href="http://emojisymbols.com/faq.php">emojisymbols.com</a>. This way is best way for edit (or delete, khe-khe) Emoji in textarea on desktop browsers

USAGE

<?php
    include('Emoji.class.php');
    # or use some AutoLoader which you like

    # when you recieve text from a mobile device, convert it
    # to the HTML-Entity (through Unified, Emoji or Unified -> Unified -> HTML-Entity)

    $text = Emoji::emoji_to_font($text);

    # when sending data back to mobile devices, you can
    # convert back to Unified format ( HTML-Entity -> Unified )

    $text = Emoji::font_to_emoji($text);
    
    # this way best way for edit (delete :-)) Emoji in textarea on desktop system
?>

IMPORTANT NOTE: This library currently only deals with UTF-8.

CREDITS

Static class by Nic Latyshev <nickyx3@gmail.com>

Based on <a href="https://github.com/iamcal/php-emoji">php-emoji</a> by Cal Henderson <cal@iamcal.com>

This work is dual-licensed under the GPL v3 and the MIT license.

Image copyrights: https://github.com/github/gemoji/blob/master/LICENSE

Version 1 released on 2015-10-10

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