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Its a custom emoji keyboard that directly allow to access emoji images from keyboard to app. After tapping of any of emoji you can paste it on apps like email, messanges by directly paste from menu controller The following code copy data into pasteBoard let pb = UIPasteboard.generalPasteboard() let data = UIImagePNGRepresentation( UIImage(named: self.imgArray.objectAtIndex(indexPath.row) as String)) pb.setData(data, forPasteboardType: kUTTypePNG as NSString) and now you can paste this emoji image any app that support paste image functionality like whatsapp, facebook messager. After running this you must need to add this emoji keyboard from simulator or device. You can add this keyboard from Settings -> General -> Keyboard -> Add New Keyboard -> Jimoni - Emoji keyboard. Before you use in real device you must need to full access to paste image from this keyboard you can give this permission from app settings or simply changing permission to true for Request Open Access from info.plist <dict> <key>IsASCIICapable</key> <false/> <key>PrefersRightToLeft</key> <false/> <key>PrimaryLanguage</key> <string>en-US</string> <key>RequestsOpenAccess</key> <true/> </dict>
Simple NSView or NSViewController based picker for Emoji. I took the wonderful work of AGEmojiKeyboard (https://github.com/ayushgoel/iOS-emoji-keyboard) as a base to create an OS X version. Its extremely simple and worth a couple hours of work. Its useful if you want to allow a user to enter Emoji without having to use the "special keyboard" in the edit menu. An example would be like Messages/iChat which has a smiley face picker next to the text entry.
Popover view to select emoji character from iOS 5+ possible characters. iOS 5+, ARC. It consists in two classes. SYEmojiCharacters generates a list of Emoji characters separated in sections, depending on the iOS version the phone is running. SYEmojiPopover, is the popover view. For further information please see the repo readme on GitHub.