"Emojify!" was a fun way to play with Emojis but also to learn VueJS.

I have had experiences with AngularJS in the past but after reading about this new JavaScript frameweork, VueJS, I decided to try something with it.

It is evident that some Emojis could be a way to replace regular alphabetical characters so I made this light editor that replaces those characters for emoji-equivalent ones. Some of those letters can be replaced by multiple emojis, so in real time the algorithm changes which emoji goes for an specific letter.

This way, the same letter is not always replaced by the same emoji, making it funnier!

Technologies I used

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Vanilla JavaScript
  • VueJS