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A simple example, but a lot of work: support the use of Emoji directly in edits for chats and other programs aimed at social interactivity. This is an example to be used with only an edit control (or dbEdit) but that does not create a problem with Ext.JS CSS. Other libraries I tested worked better but created incompatibility in the interface that I was unable to solve. Visit http://www.unigui.com.br to purchase books, packs of projects for unigui and several other resources and services. Soon our website http://www.uniguiexpress.com (in English) will be live. Meanwhile, English
uniGUI DOES Humane.JS (Updated) >>Why humane.js: A simple, modern, framework-independent, well-tested, unobtrusive, notification system. Utilizes CSS transitions when available, falls back to JS animation when not available. Includes mobile support and tested OK on uniGUI. It's not a component, just classes calling procedures hence no future problems with uniGUI and Ext.JS updates. You can work with no worries in Desktop and Mobile (Android e iOS) and is very simple to use IN your current projects and get read of ShowMessages and Messagedlg with more style and nice