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EmojiPages 📚

A listing of books and play depicted through emojis.


Screenshot of Emojipages homepage

This project were built to create a fun, judgement free space for those learning Git and Github to practice making pull requests, branches, adding features, and more. 💛 💙 💜 💚 💖

Contributing Guidelines 🎁

Below are some additional guidelines to follow when contributing to this project.

Adding or Updating Features Contributions 🚧

  • Find an Issue that you would like to complete.
  • If someone is already assigned an Issue, please move on to another Issue. If the Issue has not been assigned, comment inside of the Issue stating that you would like to work on that item.
  • Wait for confirmation from the maintainers before working on the Issue.
  • After you receive confirmation, complete the Issue and submit a Pull Request.

If someone is assigned an Issue and doesn't complete it after a while, we will open the Issue to everyone else again.

If you would like to suggest a new feature, create an Issue and outline what it is you think should be added or updated. Wait for confirmation before working on the Issue.

Adding a Book or Play 📕

To add a book or play to this project, you will need to add an Emoji Card inside of the data.js file. The data.js file is made up of an array (a list) of objects. You will add a new object for your book.

If you need help choosing a book to add, check the Issues.

Below is an example of what a book looks like on the website:

Screenshot of emoji cards

In the data.js file, each Emoji Card consists of the following object:

    title: "The Devil Wears Prada",
    author: "Lauren Weisberger",
    emojiImgs: "😈👩🏻‍🦳👠👩🏻👗👛",
    genres: ["drama", "comedy","romance"],
    year: 2003

Important Notes 🚨


Below are detailed walkthroughs on how to add a book or play to EmojiPages.

Other Projects

Check out my other emoji themed projects.

📺 EmojiScreen: A listing of movies, TV shows and musicals depicted via emojis.

🎶 EmojiBops: A listing of songs depicted via emojis.

Git and GitHub Resources 📚


💖Check out a list of all of the EmojiPages contributors.

Emoji graphics are by Twitter and are licensed under CC-BY 4.0. Review the Attribution Requirements for more information.

Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.

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