๐Ÿ“‹ Google Chrome issue rendering emoji as unicode

Chrome does not render emoji in color when using sans-serif font-face There could be a workaroundโ€ฆ UTF has special characters to control the rendering. U+FE0E`` asks OS and browser to render the previous glyph as text, U+FE0F`` asks to render the previous glyph as emoji. โ€” Nikita Dubko in Prevent text glyphs from turning into emojis โ€ฆ but another bug in Chrome prevent is from working 964527 - Chrome often ignores emoji and text variation selectors U+FE0F and U+FE0E - chromium...

๐Ÿ”— GLYF

GLYF onethingwell : Glyf is a Unicode character picker for iOS 8. It is packaged as a custom keyboard, so you can use Glyf from inside any application. App Store

๐Ÿ”— The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) – Joel on Software

The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) โ€“ Joel on Software In this article Iโ€™ll fill you in on exactly what every working programmer should know. All that stuff about โ€œplain text = ascii = characters are 8 bitsโ€ is not only wrong, itโ€™s hopelessly wrong, and if youโ€™re still programming that way, youโ€™re not much better than a medical doctor who doesnโ€™t believe in germs....

๐Ÿ”— HOWTO Use UTF-8 Throughout Your Web Stack

HOWTO Use UTF-8 Throughout Your Web Stack rentzsch : Good is the enemy of Great Latin-1 is the enemy of UTF-8 You write web apps. You understand the web is global, and want to support internationalization. You want UTF-8. UTF-8 is extremely sane. Well, as sane as an encoding can be that features backwards-compatibility with ASCII. What follows is a playbook to win your pervasive-UTF-8 battle.